I am doing a project on which alloy bat works the best in the Easton bat system. The five alloy bats are 7050, C405U, C500, SC500, and 7046. I just want to know what is the difference in the chemical makeup of the five bats and what makes each one hit harder.
Jason Cothran - West Columbia, South Carolina 2001
Alloy composition. Ask your purchasing department to give you the vendors they are using and then get the information from them. If they are not primary producers, i.e., Alcoa they can still get it for you and there are standards published in various books.
Jack Lofstrom - Glenview, IL
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