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Most shock absorbant material

by herkeyhawk3
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herkeyhawk3
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Jun9-09, 01:33 PM
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Hey there,

I'm new to the forums, while I did get an A in my physics class, in no way do I consider myself an expert. That's why I figure you guys could answer my question best.

I am working on a project and I was wondering what the most shock absorbent material is that I could purchase for a relatively low price. I need it to be kind of like a foam, more specifically something that is easily flexible. I was looking at this site, http://www.thefoamfactory.com, and while I found some good products I just don't know which is best.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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DavidSnider
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Jun9-09, 04:09 PM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFVuMfBfy6Q
Seriously though, what kind of impact are you trying to absorb?
herkeyhawk3
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Jun10-09, 09:17 AM
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An impact like a baseball hit at a window, more specifically.


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