BBB tool, bikes with Shimano (2 x XT, 1 x Ultegra) and Sram/Truvativ (1 x Red ceramic, 1 x stylo) bottom brackets.
I've marked a couple of these from applying higher than usual torque, even without the tool slipping (cranked down on the Ultegra BB drive side cup because it kept coming loose, and the stylo bb took a bit of force to screw in because the frame threads were chewed from the original BB which had seized). Almost an inevitable consequence when you have a narrow hard steel tool working on a soft alloy cup.
That said, there are noticeable differences in the machining of different bottom brackets. I think a tool like this (especially from a third party) is deliberately built with loose tolerances to ensure it actually fits on all the parts it's likely to encounter in the real world. Campag may be able to run finer tolerances between its own tool and BB as it controls manufacturing of both parts - at the expense of the tool not fitting (or not fitting as well) on another OEM's BB.