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studies of billiard cue "hit"

Question asked by cuebuilder on Feb 18, 2017
Latest reply on Feb 20, 2017 by NevadaMark

Using a spectrum analyzer, I want to identify the spectral components of a "good hitting" billiard cue, and a bad hitting cue also.  With that information, I could tailor my construction methods to achieve higher performing cues.  Would it be possible to use one or more accelerometers to capture a signature of the cue's response to being excited by an impact?  Which accelerometer would you recommend?  How could it be mounted to the cue?  Thanks.