Our planned rotation worked exactly as planned.
The Orbital Core has a distinctly low RG axis. The lower the RG, the less resistant the ball will be to changing direction as it travels down the lane. The central ball inside the core ensures the ball revs up in the midlane and blends out the end of the pattern.
Dynamics begins with physics and imagination. When motion, mass, and geometry are applied through a lens of innovation, a wholly new approach to bowling ball design is created; unequalled in the industry and guided by masters of the craft.
Rotation is the Holy Grail of bowling ball dynamics. We were bound for easy access to power and spin when designing the Orbital Core. Its compact and extremely dense central ball maintains a tight spin radius with a low moment of inertia. This means it revs up fast, with less effort required from the bowler. True, this type of complex engineering has struck an ironically delicate balance between internal and external forces. With the Axiom Pearl, that balance is struck from the inside out with a completely synergistic bond between core and cover.