The ultimate volleyball training machine. With AirCAT, gone are the days when you spent more time tossing balls than working closely with your players to improve their performance. The AirCAT is a fully-automatic, battery operated drill machine that uses patented C onsistent A ir T echnology to safely and efficiently train all aspects of the game of volleyball: hitting, digging, setting, blocking, and serve receive.
The JUGS Toss™ Machine automatically tosses a ball every 5 seconds. Get hundreds of swings in less than half an hour. No electricity needed for up to 8 hours of continuous use. Comes with internal rechargeable battery. (Balls not included.)
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Air-propelled machine can be set to toss up to 1100 balls per hour (one ball every 3.28 seconds). However, recovery time is necessary after rapid fire of 8 –10 balls. Ball Use and Wear
Product description. The Skill Attack is the perfect individual volleyball training tool with a ball release point of over 5 ft., not from floor level like other volleyball machines. This small, agile unit can easily and quickly be rolled anywhere on the court or in your backyard or garage.
Unique Volleyball Machine Features. Precise Repetition Training: The Attack volleyball machine, designed for the men’s game, will deliver thousands of reps in daily practice of serve receiving, digging and spiking. With two extra-wide throwing wheels, accuracy and repeatability are assured in every drill, eliminating time wasting errant hits.
A machine for tossing or set ting a volleyball into the air, to aid in practice of spiking the ball, includes a cylindrical housing with a ball exit opening at one end, with legs to set the housing on the ground with the exit opening facing upward. A ball support cup with attached rod is slidably supported in the housing by a linear bearing.
The Edge Target Stand gives the setter a target to set to and instant feedback on accuracy. This requires an assistant for the setter that will toss the ball high in the air at various locations the setter would receive passes from. Place the stand outside, middle and right side, all places a hitter would attack the ball from.
The CLICK PLC also controls a series of lights on the front of the machine used to simulate the tossing of the ball into the air (prior to a serve) by a human server. ( See Figures 1 & 2 Below) The mechanical set-up uses two wheel/tire assemblies driven by the Ironhorse motors – one above and one below the volleyball.