Linen Ferrule Turning Belts

Linen Ferrule Turning Belts


1x30 Ferrule Turning Belt
$4.49
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1X42 Ferrule Turning Belt
$4.49
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Linen Ferrule Turning Belts

White linen belts are what golf club manufacturers use to turn down plastic ferrules without scratching the shaft or head. Turns down an oversized ferrule so it blends perfectly with the shaft and head.
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Will this work well if turning down ferrules by hand with a shoeshine method? I'm just looking for something for my home workshop and the volume will be very low. I'm thinking I could just cut off 6" or so at a time and shoeshine by hand. Thanks!

Asked by: Nick
No the linen belts will not work for using the shoeshine method for finishing ferrules by hand. I always use either a 150 grit sand paper or Fine Drywall Screen for ferrule finishing using the shoeshine method. https://www.lowes.com/pd/Gator-5-Pack-4-25-in-W-x-11-25-in-L-220-Grit-Commercial-Precut-Drywall-Sanding-Screen-Sandpaper/1060853 Here is a link from our web site on ferrule finishing with a machine and by hand. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lnCtYVvxjM
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-10-04

Hi, I've purchased one of this belt and I'm new to ferrules turning so the result was quit bad. The ferrule came out uneven and melted. I was keep turning the shaft and the direction was against the belt. What did I do wrong? Is DuraBrite Felt easier .

Asked by: Patrick
You do have to get use to turning the ferrule against the belt and keep the ferrule moving. If the belt is turning then the ferrule needs to be turning as well. If the belt is turning and you stop turning the ferrule you will flat spot the ferrule. Here is a link to a video we did explaining ferrule finishing with a machine. It is also very important which direction you turn the club to get the belt to cut properly. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lnCtYVvxjM The DuraBrite can be easier for some people. It can also depend on your belt sander and how fast it turns. A belt sander that turns at 1725 rpm's can be easier to learn on then one that turns at 3450 or even 3600 rpm's. It take practice to get comfortable finishing ferrules on a belt sander.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-08-21

How are these measured? I have an older belt sander and mine appear to be 1 X 15 in belts.

Asked by: al5150
They are measured by the outside circumference. If you layed this belt flat and measured it's length at 15" then it should be a 1" x 30" belt and fits this type of belt sander. https://www.golfworks.com/the-golfworks-1-x-30-belt-sander/p/IVS3C/
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-05-08

Hello, I wanted to know if you can either get the linen ferrule buffing belt in a 2" x 48" size or at the very least pass along a source I can contact to order myself. I would be very appreciative for the help!

Asked by: Raymond
We no longer stock them because the manufacture required us to purchase them in large quantities which were much larger then what we were selling.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-04-12

What is the average number of clubs per belt? I am looking to finish two sets of irons.

Asked by: bmar
It can vary, depending on the types of ferrule and how much has to be turned, but generally you should be able to do approximately 100 clubs before needing to change the belt.
Answered by: GW2002
Date published: 2017-03-27

Can it be used as a polisher. And if so what additional polishing cloths are available 

Asked by: Tchris
These are belts designed to size and finish ferrules not polishing. At this link you can go through and see all the wheels that we offer for polishing and finishing clubheads. https://www.golfworks.com/refinishing-grinding/c/30/?pc=4&c2c=ln
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-03-07

I recently bought, and had to return, a couple of 1 x 30 linen belts from another retailer because they were actually a 1/2" short. Before I buy these from you can you verify that they are in fact 1 x 30? 

Asked by: Gil44
I checked a few and they all measured right at 30".
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-11-01

Do you apply anything to the belt (ie. acetone, plastic polish, compound) or just use as is?      Thanks.

Asked by: section85
You just use the belt, nothing with it. When you are finished sizing with the belt then use Acetone to shine the ferrule.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2015-09-28
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