Vibration in Baseball bats comes from hitting the ball outside the sweet spot.
Hitting the ball on the tip or handle will sting.
Aluminum probably stings worse than wood but it depends on the bat, a solid aluminum will be worse than wood, but a hollow aluminum bat will be better than wood.
There are many 2 piece bats on the market like the connexion by easton that are designed to prevent sting
its soooooo metal. it vibrates if its fast piched because it is flexible, the wood will braek because it is not. & it is also hollow and as the ball hits it the ball makes it vibrate.
No. A BBCOR bat is made out of a "dead" metal substance. The composition of these bats makes them work more like wood bats, but not exactly like them. Any given metal bat will hit farther than wood bats. This is why you see people trying to break distance hitting records with metal bats as opposed to the wood.
wood or metal
Yes they can.
wood or metal or willow
Baseball bats generally made from wood or metal. Metal baseball bats are usually made of aluminum or an aluminum alloy.
yes and no wood bats break and some dont alluminum is better because it is made out of metal
World famous musical instrument, Banjo is made up of wood and metal processed together. Copper metal is used in this case because it is the metal that vibrates the most. All metals are good conductors of heat and electricity.
The comparison is inadequate; wood contain or can absorb water, a metal no.
I did, but only because we didn't have the size I preferred! Metal bats are Superior to wood, and today few would what to use a wood bat, except MAYBE!! when bunting! IN FACT! IT's more likely, that metal bats would be band, for the safety of pitchers
Demarini for metal bats, sam bat for wood.
metal bats hit much farther
wood bats are solid so they absorb the energy of the ball but metal bats compress and return the energy back to the ball.
It would help if you were more specific other than a metal and wood combination, but Ironwood is the strongest wood out there, if that helps you.
the wood bends more than the metal. ------------------------ At first, aluminum bats produced a faster traveling ball when the ball was hit sharply, but modern aluminum bats can be tuned to almost perfectly mimic the response off of a wooden bat.
No ,only wood bats are allowed in Major League Baseball.
Wood is wood. It is not metal, it is a living thing.
Wood kitchen utensils are more fersitil but metal is easy to clean.
it is more dense
Aluminum bats are stronger, more durable and ball reacts faster off the bat than that of wood. Simply put, metal is stronger natural material than wood. Wood bats, however, are the only bats used in professional baseball and also in most college summer leagues. Wood bats are more of a financial burden on leagues and teams because they don't last as long. See great link below on how wood bats are made. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptyIxhiMvtM aluminum
Most wood wind instruments operate off of a reed, a small piece of wood on the mouth-piece that vibrates when blown.
Metal is more durable then wood and will last longer. Metal can handle marks or spills better then wood. If you spill liquid on wood it can rot easily
Wood is non-metal.
it is made out of wood and metal and more wood and sticks and bricks and more bricks