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Interesting device. Dust shield?
I wonder if it's a sealer of some kind, or some kind of filler epoxy? That rubber contraption would give it a fairly consistent finish if they are trying to squeegee the sealer off. Then a light sanding and the finish coat.Is the box thing here their clear finish? So they don't spray it on? Looks interesting, I don't think I have seen another cue video with something like that in it. The text said "trimming the cue" but that does not make much sense, I figured it was a translation error.
Well yeah. Dust shield for the application. Either that or it's to hide the hamster that pees on the work..You talking about the box I was curious about? Don't think so, the cue came in not shiny, came out shiny.
thats what they showed you. that certainly wasnt the main production line but a custom room or partly made for the video.
and you did get a glimpse of a cnc machine. so must be others that take it farther.
however i would buy a japan cue before a china one. adam wasnt so bad just not real good.
Yup.This is the Mushashi company, the high end artisan-built cues
Its the ADAM-Japan factory in Sayama. The Musashi is their top of the line cues. they make a few other models there too. Everything else is made in China.This is the Mushashi company, the high end artisan-built cues