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  • Cue/case packaging

    Might be a stupid question but where on earth would I get the cardboard container to package a 1pc case for shipping?

  • #2
    I had to make up my own from old cardboard I got from the recyling yard. Think it was old IKEEA packaging. Had to cut it to shape with a stanley knife.

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    • #3
      Yes a just bring boxes from work am.a removal man so I cut them to fit
      Current playing cue Trevor White
      3/4 ash cue

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      • #4
        I use 2" white PVC Waste pipe" tubing, protects better than some cardboard tubes I have seen

        A plumber friend of mine got me a few lengths off a job he had.
        Good thing is that I often get the tubing back after the alteration job has been done, so I can use them many times
        Up the TSF!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by cal View Post
          Might be a stupid question but where on earth would I get the cardboard container to package a 1pc case for shipping?
          Possibly not relevant to your situation. But if replacing the case with a new one piece case wait for it to be delivered and reuse the packaging.
          No cheap shots...well maybe the odd one if its funny...

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          • #6
            Depends on the size of the case but have sent a few in 4" soil pipe in the past.

            You have to check some of the courier's notes as sometimes they want everything in a cardboard box now or don't insure it when they manage to break one.

            I now put most of my cues in a plastic sleeve, placed in 40mm waste pipe taped together. This then goes in an old cue case box which is also filled with bubble wrap. This way I conform to the couriers compensation method but also protect the cue, madness.
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