Ordering CPC & labeling?

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It's my understanding, correct me if I'm wrong, that you can't take off a custom inlay design from a CPC set like you can from a Paulson. If I am correct in my understanding, if I order a blank set of CPC chips, will the center of the chips be still embossed into the chip so as to accept a label, or be flat and look like I've placed a cheap sticker on it?

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It's easy to remove inlays from CPCs.

If you order blank CPCs, you'll need to mill them to accept a sticker label.
 

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correct me if I'm wrong, that you can't take off a custom inlay design from a CPC set like you can from a Paulson.
Not only can you remove inlays from CPC chips, it's also easier than removing factory inlays from Paulson chips.

Blank CPC chips do not have any inlay recess to speak of.

If you're ordering new CPC chips and want custom artwork, the only option that makes sense is to get custom inlays from CPC. Getting new blank chips in order to mill & label them is just silly (and keep in mind this is coming from someone who sells labels!)
 
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Oh okay, excellent! Yes, quite silly unless you couldn't remove them ever. For some reason I was under the impression, pardon the pun, that the custom inlay artwork was impossible to remove without damaging the chip dramatically. It would put me off from purchasing someone else's custom set to build my own to save on cost.

I will most likely be requiring your services in time my good man! @Gear
 
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