Basically, the "Dime" is a more rounded tip and the "Nickel" is a somewhat flatter tipHello everyone, i need help in choosing which tip tool should i buy....will play with Pure HXT15 cue (with kamui 12.75 tip) and don't know which is better for me, dime or nickel radius? i'm not in USA so not familiar with coin curves
Ok, probably due more to I am klutz, I don't like this tool. What's there to prevent you (or at least the non handy types) from scratching up the ferrule and/or the top of the shaft?
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One question. Is it better to shape the tip by starting at the top and moving down towards the sides, or start at the sides and move up toward the top? Thanks for your tool and your help.
Oh, so the Last 4 ever tool and the tip of the cue should be perpendicular to each other? If so, I am using it incorrectly as I hold the Last 4 Ever at roughly a 30 to 45 degree angle to the tip.
Nice shape, now you need to use the burnisher side of the tool to shine up and strengthen the sides of your tip. ��
Just wanted to add my :thumbup: for this tool. I picked up the 'dime' version, and found it very simple to operate and quickly effective for putting a perfect shape on my tips.
Having used a pretty wide assortment in the past (It's George, Willard, Brad, Cue Cube, Ultimate) I can easily say this is by far my preferred tool for shaping and scuffing (a couple of the others scuffed as well, but none better, and none of them shaped as well).