A pair of roller skates is composed with more than fifty different parts … but do you know exactmu how these parts are made? From the designing of the wheels to the machining of the frames or in the manufacturing of bearings, OLS reveals you how these different parts of your beloved roller skates are made…

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What is a 'bore' in skating?

Par alfathor | Le 07/02/2015 | 0 | 21097
The vocabulary of skating can be quite exotic sometimes, and some words are borrowed from other fields. It is the case of « bore », coming directly from the world of mechanics...

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The new tightening systems of big skate brands

Par alfathor | Le 23/12/2012 | 0 | 35131
These last years, the tightening systems of the big skate brands have evolved, inspired by concepts already tested for skiing. Overview of the concepts available on the market...

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Anatomy of a pair of Quad Skates

Par alfathor | Le 27/01/2012 | 0 | 43027
What we call quad skates or traditional skates are skates with mobile axles, and contrarily to common belief, they arrived later that inline skates! Dissection and working of these so-called dinosaurs which have made a strong comeback since a few months...

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Skating Wheels manufacturing

Par alfathor | Le 25/10/2010 | 0 | 47646
We frequently complain about their price, their excessive wear, how they slip too much or stick excessively. We praise for their rolling qualities, their rebound, and their reactivity. No doubt, our wheels are often the heart of conversations between skaters! Nothing like a visit to French wheel manufacturer RollX to learn more about how they are made...

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Anatomy of a pair of rollerskis

Par alfathor | Le 14/10/2010 | 0 | 32450
It is not rare to come across rollerskis on competitions or on the roads of Bourgogne and Franche-Comté, France: Rollerskis are finally not that different from our rollerskates, and for quite a lot of reasons. We studied a pair to know a bit more about their designing...

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Anatomy of a pair of aggressive skates

Par alfathor | Le 13/02/2009 | 0 | 144457
All the aggressive skates have structure elements in common: the boot, the frame, the wheels and the bearing. However, according to the concerned practice, some elements may vary to fit the skaters' needs. We have decided to dissect an aggressive skate for you…

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The manufacturing of composite frames

Par alfathor | Le 29/11/2007 | 0 | 37550
Composite frames with carbon are far from being all over the market for the moment, but they may take more and more shares to aluminum frames in the future. EO Skates had the kindness to explain us the different manufacturing processes of those futuristic models...

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How are made skate wheels?

Par alfathor | Le 26/11/2007 | 0 | 40649
Did you know that the appearance of plastic wheels revived the skating trend in the 80's? Before they were inflatable, or made of wood or metal and did not have the comfort and rolling performances of today's equipment. Today, the manufacturers fight over the market and never stop improving their products. We have cut one open for you...

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The manufacturing of a pair of roller skates

Par alfathor | Le 25/11/2007 | 0 | 31006
Apart from a few pairs of made-to-measure speed skates, most skates are made with similar manufacturing and designing techniques: Studies on the needs of the skaters, creation in design committees, making of prototypes, tests, and mass production. Focus on the different stages...

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The manufacturing processes of skate frames

Par Vernon SULLIVAN | Le 24/11/2007 | 0 | 50874
The frame is a key-part of our skates. Its shape, its length and its rigidity vary according to the discipline and the needs of the skater. Made of composite or polyurethane, they are molded or injected, just like boots. Made of aluminum, they may be pressed, extruded or machined from billet. What are the differences between theses manufacturing processes?