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The making of my rods, from the early bamboo cane cutting to the final coating, can be divided into 145 different operations, and nearly all of them are to be carried out manually. 
Unlike mass production ones, my rods are cut with a hard knife from the very early stage, cane cutting, by which the cane is cut into fillets, following the irregular lines of natural fibers, from top to bottom.
After this first step comes step two: I press bamboo knags in heat, so as to prevent the breaking up of the precious fibers that would be irreparably cut in case I chose to use a simple rasp to polish the knags more quickly. 
Since power fibers are the real heart of the cane, the result will be a big boost in the response to the throwing.

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