The “Questron” has Arrived!
If you have been following Racquet Quest online and with the podcast, you know we are very fond of data! In keeping with that “fondness,” we have received our newest testing device, which I have named “Questron.”
During the last week, we have spent time getting Questron set up to do the kinds of testing we think is important for the tennis player, the racquet technician, and anyone else that cares about numbers!
It will be about another week before posting any data because we are “tweaking” some connection points, cycle settings, and refining the data’s graphing.
We have over 400 strings to test; however, we will eliminate many of those strings not relevant to today’s tennis player.
Even in the “testing” phase, we are discovering interesting facts about strings that will help us put together the best setup for you!
This is the “base” Questron. Future versions of this device will incorporate the “Power Potential,” “In-Plane Stiffness,” and “Dynamic Stiffness” testing that is currently done on other equipment.
Posted on October 18, 2020, in Elongation, Good News!, Juniors, Kinesiology, Natural Gut String, Polyester, Pro Stock, String, String Review, Technology, Testing Devices, Tips, True Tension. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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