Shop A unique view of handle wood hanging from the ceiling! This is the way many of you will recognize me! This is my mobile cue repair unit set up at Amsterdam Billiard Club in New York, NY at the WPBA Brunswick New York Classic in 1998. This is the north wall of the shop. Pictured from left is the entrance and interior of the office, the 19″ Powermatic band saw, the shaft machine and the cabinet saw, the mill drill, a J-head Mitek milling machine, and finally the Smithy lathe that I have been using for the last 18 or so years. Notice the green piping that is used for dust collection. This is the south wall of the shop. From the right is one of three Clausing 5914’s. The one in the center has a turret on it. The Clausing to the left of the turret is my main machine that I do all the assembly on. To the left of that is my mobile cue repair unit, then my leather wrapping station to the left of that. Notice the green piping that is used for dust collection. Here I am working on my main Clausing. This is an awesome machine for cue building! Here I am again working at my mobile cue repair set up. This is an awesome unit for traveling to tournaments with. It is on an ambulance gurney & was certainly one of the best ideas ever for a mobile unit! It slides right into my trailer and locks into place! Here is a frontal of the three Clausing’s with a much better view of the overhead piping that is used for dust collection.