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New chipper. Wondering if anyone here murders chips for a fee. I have Parkinson’s and the videos I have watched assured me I wouldn’t be able to do this. (Yes I already know I’m a dumbass for taking up this hobby). I’m counting on my daughter to relabel them but she’s only 9 so murdering seems out of the question for her.
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New chipper. Wondering if anyone here murders chips for a fee. I have Parkinson’s and the videos I have watched assured me I wouldn’t be able to do this. (Yes I already know I’m a dumbass for taking up this hobby). I’m counting on my daughter to relabel them but she’s only 9 so murdering seems out of the question for her.
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Hey. PM me. I'll even work with ya on the price to make sure you get what ya need done, if it's doable.
 

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Might depend on what you mean by "murdering." I've come to realize that a lot of folks use the term interchangeably with both milling and inlay removal, which is technically not correct, I think.

I believe murder is the process of inlay removal, which can be manually, preserving the existing recess in the chip. Or, by machine, which creates a new, usually overlapping recess, and also takes out the existing inlay with it.

I believe Josh only does milling and machine-inlay removal.
 

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Might depend on what you mean by "murdering." I've come to realize that a lot of folks use the term interchangeably with both milling and inlay removal, which is technically not correct, I think.

I believe murder is the process of inlay removal, which can be manually, preserving the existing recess in the chip. Or, by machine, which creates a new, usually overlapping recess, and also takes out the existing inlay with it.

I believe Josh only does milling and machine-inlay removal.
Thank you for the clarification I’m considering relabeling
 

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New chipper. Wondering if anyone here murders chips for a fee. I have Parkinson’s and the videos I have watched assured me I wouldn’t be able to do this. (Yes I already know I’m a dumbass for taking up this hobby). I’m counting on my daughter to relabel them but she’s only 9 so murdering seems out of the question for her.
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Can't imagine asking my 9 year old to apply a bunch of labels. If you need some help with this, let me know.

Dave
 

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Can't imagine asking my 9 year old to apply a bunch of labels. If you need some help with this, let me know.

Dave
Appreciate it man yeah I was going to order 2.5 x what I need.
 

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They should be able to take a thin unlaminated label quite easily from what Ive read and seen.

@jr8719 has experience overlabelling. Maybe he can provide more info.

Below is an example of some overlabelled chips.
https://www.pokerchipforum.com/threads/300-faux-jack-5s-overlabeled-lagranges.54729/
Yeah, I've overlabelled JACKs in the past and it's a really easy way to go about things. Like @davislane said, thin unlaminated FTW:

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Sooo I actually just completed a relabel project. Sounds like you might already be working something out with kifer but if you wanna meet a local member I may be willing to help. I'd like to think I got pretty decent at it after 100 murders.
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