How to get acc scatter test and ball behavior

When you do a scatter test what preferences should you use to get acc data

I want to make two test with one vertical and one horizontal deflector

The main reason is that it should be practical and give you good data and in the same time i want to know what happens in the wheel

When i say i want to know what happens in the wheel then i think on many different things that occur and give different effects

I could read in an older post about scatter that you could make an distinction if ball hits an vertical deflectors upper part or the lower part and it would effect how the ball will jump and finally hit rotor or cone
Even make the distinction for up, middle and below
Then would this also apply to horizontal diamond and would we talk about front, middle and back
Would this also change the jump to hit rotor or cone or become a roller spin depending how the ball strike the deflector

I believe to get acc data you should not do an test less then 1024 trails if you want to gain some kind of average behavior

Now i toughed a test could look like this

  1. Record 1024 trails where ball hits an vertical deflector
  2. Record the number under vertical deflector when ball hits
  3. Record if the ball hits the up part, middle or below
  4. Record the jump from ball hits deflector and hit rotor or cone and record number at hit to get jumps distance differences and if there is an difference in behavior depending on which part the ball hits deflectors up, middle or below
  5. Record final outcome and scatter distance

Do the same test for horizontal diamond

I think to get deep and clear understanding how the wheel behave is done this way but is there any practical use for it?

Maybe i would be better of just forget about my wheel and my dvd spins and go to my local casino and track the wheels in real life

Just note number under deflector when ball hits and record the outcome

Well then we move to the place that i feel is more fiction then for real but i have an open mindset so don’t hesitate to reply

Well i understand that different ball types change things and i have an easy solution for that
I will only use 18mm and 20mm ivorine balls
I don’t see any need to test teflon because i don’t expect to find one in use in real life
If there is an lighter ball in use the ivorine i would notice if i gain this knowledge above and that cover it up

Now to the part i find hard to grasp
Would time of early day to afternoons to night with different air pressure change things when it becomes to be about ball and scatter behavior

Now lets assume you have an id for itch wheel then is there any point taken to analyze every individual wheel for ball and scatter behavior
Same wheel same behavior
Individual wheels individual behavior

Cheers LS

The problem is that on real weels(at least at my casino)the use light Balls to be jumpy all the time…

but i have find out that even with this jumpy behavior in some weels there is a patern of scater!

also keep in mind that u can test a weel for 40 mins and be tilted and in the next hour this tilt go away…

the weather conditions(temperature,barometer etc.)can fuck everything…

so be carefull

But the way u told (predict the number under the DD when ball hit it…and from there observe the scater )is the best way to make the best predictions!