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Starting at $450.00
It has the ability to mill inside and outside threads with the included Dremel Tool and bits. You can make clean threads for carom cues or thread on your, butt plates, joints and ferrules. You can even thread the forearm and handle together without having to tap the threads.
Includes Dremel tool, two carbide thread mill bits, and your choice of one thread gear/ belt set: $575 on Deluxe package #1 and $450 on Deluxe package #2 with leadscrew powerfeed.
Thread choices: 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20 threads per inch.
Extra additional thread gear/belt combinations $65 each.
Extra Thread Milling carbide bits are (1/8" shank one internal and one exteral threading bits) $50 each.Learn More
Starting at $30.00Complete Black Buffalo Horn Kit
1-Buffalo Butt Plate
Add one 3/16" X 1.25" X 8" Buffalo slab for $10 Learn More
By: Chris Hightower
2.5 Hours (DVD or VHS)
This video covers replacing tips, ferrules, wraps, shaft reconditioning, joint work, turning butts and shafts from scratch with and without taper attachments and more.
All the work is done on our Cue Smith Lathes.
This video comes with a $50 credit toward the purchase a Cue Smith Lathe!Learn More
$6.00 As low as: $5.00
1.25" long, .510" outside diameter alignment shoulder with 1/2" of 1/2 x 20 thread andLearn More
.230" inside diameter. This allows you to bore and tap any 5/16" or 3/8" thread
*Use our Miniature Boring Bar to install phenolic insert and the Joint Pin Screws below.*
Starting at $1,995.00
This is the machine for the serious cue maker! This shows the Deluxe Cue Smith headstock with both chucks, the larger handwheel, and larger tailstock. You can use the steady rest behind or in front of the headstock. The headstock has 24 position indexing for cutting points, slots or inlays.
Deluxe Cue Smith (base price) $1995.00
Additional options below included in packages one and two:
Aluminum Storage Cabinet with 25% more storage space than the older wood cabinet $275
Taper Attachments $495.00
Vertical Router, Spur Driver and Bit $200.00
Power Feed (Handwheel replacement type) $175.00
Rear Chuck $100.00
Choice of 1/2 HP or 3/4 HP Variable Speed DC Motor included.
60 Degree Live Center $35.00
Sealer, Cleaner, Wax $26.00
Extra steady rest $95.00
Plus boring bar $8, cut off tool $8 and an extra two-way tool post $12)
Regular Price $3444.00
Package #1 Special price (Total Savings $249) $3195.00
Package #2 comes with heavier duty leadscrew Power Feed and all other options in package #1
Regular price $3769.00
Package #2 Special price (Total Savings $274) $3495.00
See our SPECIALS page for more savings and see below for more options.
The above Package One Deluxe without Aluminum Storage Cabinet $3045
The above Package Two Deluxe without Aluminum Storage Cabinet $3345
Either package comes with your choice of 1/2 HP DC Variable speed motor on sliding headstock or Stationary Headstock with 3/4 HP DC variable speed motor
The 3/4 HP motor is strong enough for coring, but eliminates the ability to taper one piece cues with your router
Unless you want to build 1 piece cues we strongly suggest the 3/4HP motor.
Removable Shaft Bar $50 (Allows you to remove your shaft bar and keep the settings)
Additional Shaft Bars $150 (Allows you to set up different bars for different tapers)
Additional Router brackets for multi-position mounting $50
Additional #2 Morse Taper Tailstock $210
Thread Milling Attachment for Package 2 $450
Starting at $1,450.00
This lathe is only slightly less portable than the MICRO CUE SMITH II and weighs in at just over 40 pounds and is only 48 inches long. There are no Bed Extensions to hassle with even when doing house cues. It does Tips, Ferrules, Shaft Reconditioning, Joint Work, House Cues, Wraps and could build a cue with the right options added.
Our most popular Repair Lathe!Learn More
1- Ziricote 28”+ completely tapered butt
1- #1.5 Final sanding size shaft blank
1- Butt plate
2- Joint Rings
1- 3/8-10 Joint pin.
1- Rubber Bumper
For assembly instructions we suggest the Basic Cue Building and Repair DVD $50
Only requires minor machining, drilling and tapping.
Perfect for those who have a lathe that does not have
No Substitutions!Learn More