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Low cost effective badminton Court design

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by vergis, Aug 30, 2007.

  1. vergis

    vergis New Member

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    We are redoing the court in our club.

    I am finding it difficult to find a good design of the floor structure to give best cushioning effect while playing.

    Any ideas
     
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    www.badmintonengland.co.uk/core/core_picker/download.asp?documenttable=libraryfiles&id=984&log_stat=0
     
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    Did U manage in all this time. I got one and installed from China: Excellent.
     
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    I'm particular curious as to how to measured the boundary lines and the material you chose for those lines.
     
  5. Kiloo

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    Oh! but is is not complicated. Imagine that all the measurements are actually the OUTER limits of the court INCLUSIVE of the width of the lines (about 40mm) Start with the one long side, then one small side and then the DIAGONAL so that u are sure of the perpendicularity.

    The lines are painted using simple paint of many types. Btw if u use cotton strings imbibed with paint (or chalk) U can draw the lines straight and quicker.
    Good luck.
     
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    Kiloo : I am also planning to build a indoor court in south india . can you give me the details of the court you bought ?
     
  7. Kiloo

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    www.tinsue.com
    stevenyan1985@hotmail.com

    Hi, try this guy at that Company. I assure U that the product is good. Once U open the website and chkd out pm me or just post here again. Iv been using the floor for 2 years now. Easy to clean, slip proof and excellent cushion.:D Good Luck.
     
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    Thanks Kiloo . Will contact him .
     
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    Hi , do they have any representatives in India?
     
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    open their website and mail them to find out. The Steven guy above does not work there any more.
     
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    Plz give me some guidelines

    Could you please mail me link of any website who will provide guidelines about the civil works of an outdoor badminton court?( Detailed drawing of the concrete flooring), I have checked it in all search engines but couldn't find a good site giving detailed instructions. :crying:
     
  12. Kiloo

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    U won't get anything. Badminton is like the poor orphan of sports......
    Much details to b found on the web. I'll look up my files and get back to u.
    One advice: whatever u do do NOT play on pure concrete floor. In the long run not good for your knees and ankles.
     
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