Re: Clipped Planchets

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• Your logic is impeccable, Terry. Well said.
Message 1 of 4 , Apr 10, 2002
Your logic is impeccable, Terry. Well said.
• Of course, while numerous identical clipped planchets will be produced by a single stroke of the blanking press, the resulting coins will NOT be identical.
Message 2 of 4 , Apr 12, 2002
Of course, while numerous identical clipped planchets will be
produced by a single stroke of the blanking press, the resulting
coins will NOT be identical. Each clipped planchet will enter the
striking chamber in an unpredictable orientation, which means the
clip will appear on the finished coin anywhere along a 360 degree
circle. While it's possible for two such clipped planchets to land
in exactly the same position, that would be the exception.
• Yes, the only thing that is identical is the shape/size. The design can be in any position, and/or o/c, multi struck, etc. This allows for the possibility to
Message 3 of 4 , Apr 12, 2002
Yes, the only thing that is identical is the shape/size. The design
can be in any position, and/or o/c, multi struck, etc.
This allows for the possibility to collect a set of identical clips
at the various clock positions

--- In errorcoininformationexchange@y..., "dermestid" <mdia1@a...>
wrote:
> Of course, while numerous identical clipped planchets will be
> produced by a single stroke of the blanking press, the resulting
> coins will NOT be identical. Each clipped planchet will enter the
> striking chamber in an unpredictable orientation, which means the
> clip will appear on the finished coin anywhere along a 360 degree
> circle. While it's possible for two such clipped planchets to land
> in exactly the same position, that would be the exception.
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