Anybody knows websites that shows the manufacturing process of a volleyball?

i need pictures, expalnationg, process steps, visualization, more information than just telling me how it is process. remember a pictures can tell a thousand words so if anybody can help than i would really appreciated.


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Beach Volleyballs & Volleyballs
Surface or cover (synthetic leather or rubber)
Internal Linings (polyester)
Bladder (latex or butyl)
The surface or covering of beach balls and volleyballs is made from synthetic leather. Numerous variations of leather are used in the construction of these balls. Material thickness plays a vital part in the quality of hand-sewn balls. Multiple layers of lining are placed between the cover and the bladder. The bladder of the balls holds the air. Our beach volleyballs and volleyballs have a latex bladder. Indoor volleyballs we manufacture are mostly white in color while beach volleyballs are printed with colorful shades. The ball measures between 25 and 27 inches in circumference and weighs between 9 and 10 ounces. It has 4.5 to 6 pounds of air pressure per square inch.

Volleyballs and beach volleyballs are available from our online sports store in official sizes. Any of the balls displayed can be customized with your logo or design.

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