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    Default Fitting a layered tip

    I just got a layered tip to try out and I have never fitted one before.
    Is there anything different I should do or look out for when trimming etc?

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    I mean multiple layers, I thought "layered tip" was what you call a tip with multiple layers?
    I guess I was wrong and the correct ter

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    I just watched it, good video, all the videos you have that I have seen are good.

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    Bob, not really anything different. Affix as you would any other tip. Shape it by sanding from above and down towards the cue and go through the diffe

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    I had a crack at it. I found it harder to trim than a single layer pressed tip, but it turned out OK.
    Cheers gents

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