What are tachikara volleyballs made of?
If you mean what companies make volleyballs, there are a lot. Examples include Mikasa, Tachikara, Wilson, and numerous others. One of the most-used brands in the USA is Tachikara. These are very high-quality balls that hold air well and maintain a soft and supple outside. They are $40, but it is very worth it if you are in need of a good volleyball
That depends upn the playing surface. In beach volleyball, you don't get any bouncing because sand absorbs the energy of the ball's impact. But on a hard surface, yes, volleyballs bounce. Volleyballs have to bounce in order for them to be used in volleyball. What would happen if a volleyball didn't bounce on a forearm pass? Think about it.
Here are some differences: Beach volleyball typically has 2 players per side, while standard volleyball has 6 players per side. Standard volleyballs are made of leather and are heavier than beach volleyballs. Indoor courts are larger than outdoor courts. In standard volleyball, a match is 5 sets or games. In beach volleyball, a match is the best of 3 games.
Some are made of synthetic rubber. The size four, hand-stitched item features a seamless inner bladder made of a rubber molded material. Company logos can be printed on the front panel. Items made of PVC are also available. Other materials include: waterproof, synthetic leather soccer balls with latex rubber bladders.
Most volleyballs have three levels of construction. The first level is a rubber bladder made from the same material as a bicycle inner tube. The bladder is then attached to a cloth layer made of material similar to cheese cloth and sealed with a rubber type glue. The outer layer is made of leather and is glued to the cloth layer.