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Jeez the professional repair guy In this video does not know what he's doing & you can make a living out of this?? Couldn't pay me to use a naked razor on anything on a lathe. I don't care how many years the "Professional" has been doing it, stupid is still stupid.Quote at end, "There you have it, that is how a professional would do it." This word that you are using, I don't think you know what it means. Here on the other hand is a true professional in my opinion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UW2J_0fFyqA Sửa cơ gậy Bi A, Bida đa năng tại Hà Nội ĐT:0963955283 ...allex.com.vn › sua-co-gay-bi-a-da-nang-dt-0963955283
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Bạn đã truy cập trang này vào ngày 26/12/2019. I honestly cannot believe what I just saw. Holding a razor blade by the fingertips while a lathe is spinning at hundreds of revolutions per second is just asking for trouble. My goodness. People!!!!! Do not do it this way. what do you varnish the tip with? Wow the guy has an expensive lathe and doesn't even use it right making it a half baked tutorial. Lay off the excessive use of glue and center that tip better, looks like it wasn't covering the ferrule on one side. For safety reasons don't hold a razor blade on a spinning lathe. Use a carbon bit cutter, they also sell them shaped to do the radius so ya don't need to eye ball it. OR you can use a shaper while it's spinning on the lathe, the metal ones work great.
The 1st tutorial is worse, you need to round that tip after chopping off as much as you can straight to the sides. I used to use a joe porper tool for that now I got a better all in one tip tool which can cut it flush to the ferrule. Search other videos how to replace a tip, this was awful. I've probably put 300 tips in many years all by hand and epoxy was a glue that never failed. One thing that I would suggest . Be close to an emergency room if using a razor blade on a lathe the way that guy did. as many have said, holding a razor blade like that is dangerous Easy as pie. so.. how do you get the foil or whatever it is off the tip? This a stupid unsafe video. is that a plastic ferule?! Excellent job. What's the average cost?
And will laminate shafts will be a thing of the future?
Thanks in advance
Bob Fkin frightening. 6 inch of cue hanging out of the lathe chuck and using a knife blade. Guess this guy doesn't like fingers cos he ain't gonna have them for much longer. Ive seen a few of these "professional" tip change videos and I'm thinking they must be taking the piss. I wouldn't let this guy anywhere near my cue. Why use the sanding pad to shape the tip after taking it off the lathe. Do it on the lathe you Muppet. Redicilus.... I never use super glue it breaks off to easy. How long will this repair last with the simple super glue? Jesus … what the heck is this guy doing 🤦🏼♂️
Is this a joke ?! cuz if it is than it’s a really good one 👍🏻 I'm so glad Jammillette is there ! Her contribution to this video is obviously invaluable ! And Florian that chain you've got around your neck in the next scene without a doubt helps us have faith in your integrity and credibility !
This guy he has changing the tip is using a concrete block instead of a piece of wood to rest the new tip on so he can cut the excess off. Why would he do that ? I guess he just really likes buying and changing utility knife blades.
After 4 swipes with his sandpaper when he's installing the tip without a lathe the tip is magically on and shaped correctly. Man this guy is good.
When he puts the tip on "professionally" he's using a utility knife blade to take the excess off the tip and that blade is held by nothing but his fingers as the lathe turns incredibly fast. You've got to be kidding me. I won't even begin to mention all the serious injuries that could could happen here.
Florian, you should delete this video immediately before someone loses an eye or worse. Incredibly irresponsible.
And finally, Florian, in future videos lose Jammillette and lose that ridiculous necklace. Thanks for this Hey Dave,
You are probably the best billiards teacher on the planet. I am so grateful for all that you give us, your unworthy students.
If you are fortunate enough to have a table to practice on, then anyone with a decent stroke can get this down in a few 1-hour practice sessions. Is it worth it? Hell, yeah, it is.
Between slow-rolling 2 to 1 banks shots and this system, most reasonably cross-table banks are parallel to one of the tracks, and I use speed and/or a bit of english to compensate for the ones that are iffy. My table loves this system. But, my local bar's tables bank sooo short. And speed makes them tighten up even more. How can I find the ratio for this system on these very short-banking tables? Is there a shortcut to adapt for this? I want my new weapon to go on the road! Maybe slow down the lesson a bit for people like me who aren’t doctors...just some constructive criticism. Love your channel. 3rd more than 5 wtf? Very interesting and useful video - Buy WHY is the 1/3 extra needed? Does it have something to do with the speed of the cue ball? hi! great system but it seems to apply to bank shots on a half table from center pocket to corner pocket only. from corner pocket to center pocket or from corner pocket to corner pocket across the whole table there are not enough diamonds on the long rail. can it use short rail diamonds as reference in that case? thank you I don't think I am ever going to miscalculate a bank shot again! Maybe some wrong executions but never a miscalculation.Thanks for the Lesson. Please stop reading from a piece of paper and just talk using English. Very difficult to understand what you’re trying to say. This is coming from a strong player who graduated from college. This video is very difficult to understand,,,, sorry but I didn't learn anything,,, Very helpful thank you. I've been more consistant with this method then just using the same angle at a slower speed. May be a dumb question but does this translate to kick shots aswell? Thank you! 2 and a 3rd more than 4. What I am getting lost on is why are we doing the 1/3 more than, when we can just put the ball at 4 and aim at 2 and put it in the corner pocket. Explain the reason for the 1/3 more? I know there is a good reason But I just have to ask. Guess who! Most sports include some luck...most shot callers hate slop because the game has elements of luck, when infact MOST of America SHOOTS Slop.. it's just the shot callers who don't... usually when I play shot callers..I allow them to pocket a free ball for every one I get by luck. wow. very simple once you get the hang of it. thanks dr. Dave Voy a calarle a ver si es cierto. He is not aiming at the diamonds but the cushion. If it's an aim to the diamonds, there is no need to compensate with a third wtf are we studying some mathematical problem I love these videos because it MAKES you learn the terminologies and the math... if it's confusing just take the time to break DOWN the math and technologies to become familiar with the technique... How bad do you want to be able to shoot Had to watch it couple of time for it to make sense but when it did..what a great video! Has helped majorly, thankyou Wwwerui