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blade, wood part of a table tennis racket is made of thin slices of wood
Veneers some blades have a lamination of other material (type called carbon
fiber) that provides a larger sweet spot.
The type of wood veneers used in the blade construction determines the overall contribution of speed and spin that the blade will help to produce, along with the rubber and sapping. The veneer configuration will determine much of the "feel" of the complete racket.