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Bat Re-engineering Service
We are the first and only baseball and softball bat enhancement company to employ sports engineering, physics, biomechanics and sports science to our field. It is no longer sufficient to describe us as a bat shaving company although we do employ shaving as one of our many services. We are literally re-engineering bats by deconstructing them and ...
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Bat Re-engineering Service

$99.00 Original Price: $149.00 34% off
The work on your bats will be completed within 3-5 business days after we receive them on average

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We are the first and only baseball and softball bat enhancement company to employ sports engineering, physics, biomechanics and sports science to our field. It is no longer sufficient to describe us as a bat shaving company although we do employ shaving as one of our many services. We are literally re-engineering bats by deconstructing them and putting them back together in such a manner that greatly enhances their performance. We also strive to match the original sound of the bat to make it less obvious that the bat has been enhanced

We have evolved with the new science and technology of today's sophisticated bat designs. We are the industry leader and no one can match our level of sophistication and engineering. If you are simply paying someone to shave your bats you are leaving a ton of performance on the table.

Ring Removal

Many newer bats have restrictor rings inserted into them from the factory to keep the barrel from flexing too much. This is what keeps them at a certain performance level. Removing this ring will greatly increase the performance of the bat. We not only remove these rings but most often modify them so that they greatly increase in performance but also have great durability and maintain the original sound. A few of our competitors do know how to remove these rings but do not know how to modify them so that maximum performance, durability and original sound is maintained.

Bat Shaving

Bat shaving is a process that involves removing the end cap and thinning out the inner walls of a bat to increase the trampoline effect that happens when a ball hits it. This will greatly increase the pop and distance of the bat. When a bat is shaved we always roll it first to eliminate the need from break in time. Shaving does shorten the life of a bat due to the thinner walls. Bat shaving is never the only thing we do to the bat, it is simply a part of the re-engineering process.

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A lot of people selling bat shaving services merely roll the bat and send it back making you think you are getting something you are really not. One of the top online companies advertising bat shaving is doing just that. We have inspected dozens of their customer's bats who have sent them to us because they were unhappy with the performance. Upon inspection we learned that the bats had never in fact been shaved at all even though the customer had paid for that service. Others do a home shaving job with a drum sander attached to a drill which involves guessing how much material is being removed. This produces a very inconsistent wall thickness which results in less performance and highly increases the chance that the bat will break prematurely.

When you see someone charging $50 for bat shaving or ring removal services you are getting what you pay for. When you get your bat back from one of these guys and you can't tell any difference, the bat breaks within the first 20 swings or your end cap pops off you'll wish you had paid a little more to have it professionally done.

We use a proprietary process to remove end caps which allows us to remove nearly any cap without damaging it. This allows us to reuse the original cap giving it a perfect fit and look. Most bat shavers are using old school methods which are ineffective and destroy many of the caps. This means they are using a reproduction cap which is very obvious and often times do not fit securely or crack very easily. We actually have other bat shavers pay us to remove caps for them!

Compression Testing

We use a compression tester to evaluate every bat we work on. The compression reading tells you a great deal about the bat and how stiff or flexible it is. It helps us determine how much pressure to use when rolling and how much material to remove when shaving. It also helps us verify that we have accomplished the results we were hoping for or if additional rolling or shaving is needed.

Turnaround Time

The work will be accomplished in 3-5 business days after we receive them on average. There are times where we are experiencing heavy volume that it may take slightly longer. Please keep in mind that business days are M-F and so weekends do not count towards processing time. The bats will be shipped back via USPS Priority Mail (2-3 days delivery) unless you choose the overnight shipping option.

End Loading

End loading is when additional weight is added to the inside of the end cap. It can cause a pretty substantial increase in distance due to the added inertia when the bat strikes the ball. Some bats come more endloaded from the factory and some more balanced. A player should experiment with the different types of bats and how they suit his or her swing. It simply comes down to preference and there is no right or wrong when it comes to endloaded or balanced bats. When having a bat shaved some players will choose to add some endload primarily to try to keep the weight of the bat close to it's starting weight. For example a bat weighing 27oz that might lose 1.5 oz when shaved is going to end up at 25.5oz. Some weight could be endloaded back into the cap in order to keep the bat closer to the original weight. 1 oz is the maximum amount of weight that should be endloaded on most bats. It is always easier to start with a heavier bat and shave it to a lighter weight when possible.

Ordering and Pricing Info

A shopping cart button is provided for one bat to be re-engineered with return shipping included. The cost is $149 plus shipping. The price includes rolling (and endloading if so desired). If you have multiple bats you are sending in, we do offer quantity discounts.

Add our Epoxy Resin Coating to any Composite Bat

We had a coating specially formulated for us to treat the inside of bats after they are shaved which has been shown to increase the bat's durability. The formula is made of the same materials composite bats are made of and then an epoxy resin is added to it for adhesion purposes. The epoxy resin seals the fibers of the composite on the bat's inner walls which adds structural integrity to help slow down the formation of stress cracks which eventually lead to pieces flaking off and causing rattles, loss of performance and larger cracks. The composite material in the formula gives strength to the inner walls and also adds flexibility so that it doesn't crack and flake off like a normal epoxy resin would. The inner walls will have more of their original look and feel The product itself is very expensive to make as was the process of having it developed so unfortunately we do have to charge extra for it but we think you'll find it worth the extra cost.


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