I saw your dovetail and u channel for sale, do you have any more available. If so I'd love one with the pinion track. Thanks. My paypal is firstname.lastname@example.org. message me anytime here or on Facebook. Tony Sauer. Thanks.
I love your Cue Lathe.. You crated the main Frame/Bed so well, it would not move if it was turned upside-down. I appreciate you spending that much time to be sure the machine arrived safely.
Your Lathe will give me a chance to have some fun making cues with inlays I like.
You and your wife have treated me very kindy and given me all the support I needed.
Thanks for your great customer service..
Alton - Cue Caps
I bought your veneer press and thinks it is great. I have an idea for a new product you can offer that would require cuemakers to buy your press. This would be away to sell your press to people who do not want to fold veneers.
Make a multiple die for cutting colored veneer ring. You could sell a die plate to fit a full veneer sheet sized with 3/4 & 5/8 IDs.
I think you would get a lot of sales for such an item and the press would be needed for this to work right with even pressure plates. There are a lot of guys out there that will never want to fold or don't even do points. Everybody needs rings. I am currently paying .50 per veneer rings form Prather.
Making a small punch that cuts one at a time would blow the upsell of the press because people would just use a vice.
Just food for thought. If you make these put me at the top of the list.
hi Lee, that is a fine cue you posted pics of. the new Manzino/Black Boar CNC cues are amazing too. There is like a ever widening gap in styles of cues since guys have tools that didnt exist just a few years ago. The evolution of cue making is just starting to blossom and to watch it is fun. I'm going to make this message a thread I like the idea of it,
i'm out making friends tonight on AZ, the posts were kinda boaring so i thought i'd go around and say hello to people I read alot of their posts but dont talk to often, so hello. I am going to start a thread about that topic.
Hey Lee, just wondering I saw your sneaky pete kit on your websight and I was wondering how much it would be with two shafts? Another question, is Rosewood the only fullsplice you have for your sneakies?
I have been looking at your new lathe and was wondering if you had thought about making an upgrade package for lathes that use the same bed. Maybe just the complete headstock/motor, tool post, and tailstock?