Hi there, I'm an undergrad and I'm designing a system at the moment. It utilizes a LRA (Linear Resonant Actuator), but I'm in need of much higher accelerations than what it offers. The current device is small (about 10 mm), circular, and produces about 1.7G of acceleration on a 100g object. A link of what I am currently using can be found here: https://catalog.precisionmicrodrive...10-000-10mm-linear-resonant-actuator-3mm-type However, for many reasons, from my research I have determined that it would be better to utilize a piezoelectric actuator. I am not very experienced in this field though and am wondering if I could get much larger accelerations (5-10G+) at somewhat similar frequencies out of a piezo actuator that is about the same size. Thanks for the help!