Hot stamping Paulson Inlay removed chips (1 Viewer)

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Planning to attempt to get Paulson inlay removed chips hot stamped.

Process I have started with is to:
A) Remove inlay
B) Sand inlay area
C) Hot stamp

This will be for add ons to my Lady Luck hot stamp chips. Therefore it will be low volume.

So far I am happy with initial results with A and B.

These are test chips, not the actual chips I am going to use.

Before (only took pic of the $100).
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After sanding:
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Considering:
- 43mm T25k
- 39 mm T25k
- Bounty
- Rebuy

Watch here to see if I get anywhere with this!
 
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Interested to see how this goes, but I don't envision it's gonna be great, though I hope I'm wrong. Sorry lol

Won't the recess be too deep?

Sanding looks like it worked though, it does look nice and smooth.
 
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Top left chip was a diamondback’s casino $25, top right was a chips casino $5
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The bottom chip was a giant inlay st jo’s $5

I did the inlay removal, but didn’t prep the surface at all, just was trying to center the hotstamp and get a feel for stamping into a paulson.
 
Woild you care to share the process for the inlay removal? Or point me to the thread where it was explained (I'm sure there must be one on here somewhere). I have some casino Paulson's that I might want to do that with, but seems like it might be a painstakingly long process.
 
Woild you care to share the process for the inlay removal? Or point me to the thread where it was explained (I'm sure there must be one on here somewhere). I have some casino Paulson's that I might want to do that with, but seems like it might be a painstakingly long process.

Here's an old thread of mine that has some videos. There are several other threads - just use "full inlay replacement" in the search function.

https://www.pokerchipforum.com/thre...allenges-of-vinyl-vs-paper-my-thoughts.48396/
 
Planning to attempt to get Paulson inlay removed chips hot stamped.

Process I have started with is to:
A) Remove inlay
B) Sand inlay area
C) Hot stamp

This will be for add ons to my Lady Luck hot stamp chips. Therefore it will be low volume.

So far I am happy with initial results with A and B.

These are test chips, not the actual chips I am going to use.

Before (only took pic of the $100).
View attachment 463385

After sanding:
View attachment 463382

Considering:
- 43mm T25k
- 39 mm T25k
- Bounty
- Rebuy

Watch here to see if I get anywhere with this!
Any followup here? Looks like a nice clean stamping surface. Just make sure no oil hits the surface pre-stamping. Also its important to have a completely level surface.
 
I wanna see the follow up to this. I love hot stamping and want to see how viable this is.
 
Oooh, I love me some hot stamps! Considering I don’t own any I’m super interested to see how this pans out .
 

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