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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy Zhu View Post
    Hi Jon,

    We are a CNC manufactory in China,I'm wondering why not use a aluminium handle? it will be more durable and can be anodized to many kinds of colors.it's also easy to adhere to the metal stem.
    appreciated sandy - however, i'm not interested in using any aluminum in my design.

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    Any epoxy will easily hold that. You can eliminate the grooves, and just roughen up the shaft with sandpaper.

    That's how golf clubs are made, and they never come apart, in a much more severe environment.

    You just want an easy slip fit, with just enough room for a thin layer of epoxy around the shaft.
    And you can probably reduce the length of the shaft by at least 1/3.
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