Large & Small Crown hotstamping

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You should scraped the flash...image will be MUCH more crisp
The stamps are pretty deep, this is the best I can get them with out risking removing foil from the actual stamp.
I'll repost pics on my stamping page
 
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are these old chips ? (I know these are CPC so not that old...but I mean older than a few months ?)
 

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That said I didnt spend much time dialing in the pressure temp and dwell, I need more blanks to work on them some more.
 

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The red are some of the original chips CPC produced on that mold, I think the whites were made on the last run of scrowns.

It must be pressure or temp...Love the dies, stamps will improve after more testing (just need to find the sweet spot)
 

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It must be pressure or temp...Love the dies, stamps will improve after more testing (just need to find the sweet spot)
Its hard to dial in to make sure I get the deeper concaved spot and not too deep on the outer portion of the stamp. Ill dial it in on the next run of crown molds.
 

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You’re doing amazing work! Please keep us posted.
 

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