WORKSHOP

THE SHAFT

A lot goes into the making of a cue. From selection of the shaft material through to final sanding every process carries a significant importance to ensure the final cue is of the highest quality. Below are some images to give an insight into what is involved...

Cutting the boards
Cutting the boards

Once we have the boards back to the workshop they are assessed and cut to find the best grain within the board.

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Settling the squares
Settling the squares

Once cut, each square is left to settle for a long period of time - usually years

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Ready for splicing
Ready for splicing

The shaft is now ready to be hand spliced with Ebony

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Cutting the boards
Cutting the boards

Once we have the boards back to the workshop they are assessed and cut to find the best grain within the board.

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FERRULE

Making the ferrule
Making the ferrule

The outside of the ferrule is turned to ensure an accurate size is achieved

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Making the ferrule
Making the ferrule

The ferrule is drilled close to diamater

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Gluing
Gluing

The ferrule is then glued and secured into place to ensure it is fitted correctly

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Making the ferrule
Making the ferrule

The outside of the ferrule is turned to ensure an accurate size is achieved

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