As usual, very well said.This is an excellent example for why getting samples is such a good idea.
Some people might never even notice the unaligned edge spots. Not worth the cost or effort.
Other people wouldn't be happy with a set unless the spots were aligned - even if they cost more or if they had to find a different vendor.
Which kind of person is each of us? < shrug > you might not be sure until you got the samples and see for yourself
Me? I can live with unaligned spots, but I likely would pay the upcharge if it were available.
Not at all! If you are happy with it, then that's all that matters. If given the option though, it is worth the cost to align the spots with the rolling edges to make the chip look more uniform.
That's the beauty of customizing chips. You get what you want.Ok me against the world.......edge spot uniformity is NOT COOL
The simple solution to save money is to have a rolling edge design that does not require alignment to either face. Lots of neat stuff you can do with the edge.
Like the Regency chips...yummy, yummy, yummy $5
Yikes. Got to disagree. I think that's an example of what not to do with design. The face art is all over the place - denom placement/size/instances are all different. The edge of the $25 looks like it's for a totally different set. Location is placed differently on all chips.