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Recut points - 03-27-2020, 12:50 PM

Hi I was just wondering what are recut points. I have seen that terminology used in a few descriptions of cues. Thanks
  
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03-27-2020, 01:45 PM

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Hi I was just wondering what are recut points. I have seen that terminology used in a few descriptions of cues. Thanks
I believe what you are referring to is when you install points in a cue, then come back and cut and install points inside the first set of points you put in.

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03-27-2020, 03:20 PM

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I believe what you are referring to is when you install points in a cue, then come back and cut and install points inside the first set of points you put in.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBoF4Oqqpn8

Exactly correct. I can't tell you how many times recut questions were asked in the main firum over the years and people would answer with milled veneers.

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Exactly correct. I can't tell you how many times recut questions were asked in the main firum over the years and people would answer with milled veneers.

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Recut points are All Wood points like Mike’s picture. Not veneers. Takes longer but advantage is there is NO SEAM at the point. I have done recuts for many years, just like the results.


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Recut points are All Wood points like Mike’s picture. Not veneers. Takes longer but advantage is there is NO SEAM at the point. I have done recuts for many years, just like the results.
Except for the cuemaker that uses "veneers" that doesnt have a seam.
  
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Except for the cuemaker that uses "veneers" that doesnt have a seam.

Are you referring to actual veneers or one piece maple that is MILLED, then dyed??? Mr. Wes Hunter and Mr. Dennis Searing come to mind.

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Recut points are All Wood points like Mike’s picture. Not veneers. Takes longer but advantage is there is NO SEAM at the point. I have done recuts for many years, just like the results.
My hats off to you Mr. Madden. You do great re-cuts. I thru in the towell on re-cuts and went back to veneering long ago. Not having a dedicated set up took it's toll on me.
I'll explain;
I don't have a CNC or milling machine to hold the forearm, what you see above, I did on a lathe between centers. It was fun, it was work. But to understand what
re-cuts actually were. I had to do it.


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So I guess the only question remains if the end result in a cue is exactly the same, except for the procedure to get there, is it improper to call them anything but the same?
For almost 20 years I have called mine single piece V veneers and people looked at me like I had a disease because they didn't have a clue without an hour of explanation just exactly what they were. Now I just tell them recut veneers and they look closer and smile. It takes many hours of recutting to produce the veneers I use in my cues.

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So I guess the only question remains if the end result in a cue is exactly the same, except for the procedure to get there, is it improper to call them anything but the same?
For almost 20 years I have called mine single piece V veneers and people looked at me like I had a disease because they didn't have a clue without an hour of explanation just exactly what they were. Now I just tell them recut veneers and they look closer and smile. It takes many hours of recutting to produce the veneers I use in my cues.
You could have saved a lot of wood and man hours if you just use Sharpie.

Those are insane.
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So I guess the only question remains if the end result in a cue is exactly the same, except for the procedure to get there, is it improper to call them anything but the same?
For almost 20 years I have called mine single piece V veneers and people looked at me like I had a disease because they didn't have a clue without an hour of explanation just exactly what they were. Now I just tell them recut veneers and they look closer and smile. It takes many hours of recutting to produce the veneers I use in my cues. [/SIZE]

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You could have saved a lot of wood and man hours if you just use Sharpie.

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I just couldn't those sharp lines I was looking for at .030 thick when I tried the sharpie.
  
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So I guess the only question remains if the end result in a cue is exactly the same, except for the procedure to get there, is it improper to call them anything but the same?
For almost 20 years I have called mine single piece V veneers and people looked at me like I had a disease because they didn't have a clue without an hour of explanation just exactly what they were. Now I just tell them recut veneers and they look closer and smile. It takes many hours of recutting to produce the veneers I use in my cues.


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Now you've done it.
No, now you done it.

I have one of the first five cues that you ever made.

It is a Sneaky Pete.

Not one of the points match up.

Anybody can make a cue with even points.

It takes a MASTER to make the Sneaky Pete I got.

I love the fact that they are all different lengths...makes it unique.

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It took me a few tries to figure out how to keep the points even.
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