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Updated BLGOP Mockups - finalized mold, updated denoms

Discussion in 'ChipTalk Mall' started by ttttubby, Feb 9, 2013.

  1. ttttubby

    ttttubby Well-Known Member

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    Hey folks,

    Couple of changes since the last mockup.

    1. Finalized Mold Design: This is more or less the design we sent to china. Until I get the prototypes in the mail, this is as close as we get to the finished look of the mold.
    2. Denomination changes: Added the following denoms - For the cash set we have added an alternate $1 chip to make use of the almond. The factory should have no problems running labels for both versions of the design, so you will need to specify which you prefer when you are ordering. Added a 1,000,000 label for the tourney set, again to make use of the almond chip given that the 250,000 denom is somewhat awkward for tourney progressions. Both options will be available for the almond chip.
    3. Denomination style changes: Changed the look of the denoms so that they better fill the space (especially in the highest denomination tourney chips). Modified the commas in 25k, 100k, 250k, 500k and 1 million tourney chips.

    Enjoy!

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    Big League Games of Poker: Cash Set
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  2. EZMONEYRMJ

    EZMONEYRMJ Faux Clay Nation

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    Great work on these as they look awesome. Is there for sure going to be dealer buttons available to order as well? Cant wait for the order thread.
     
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    They look nice the edge spots will touch the inlay? Can anybody order a set or just certain people on this thread! BTW they look awesome!
     
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    How much per chip? Any other fees ? Tax shipping? Thank you
     
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    They look great! Thanks for all the hard work!!
     
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    Really like the almond $1, that's the one for me :)
     
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  7. Josh

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    This is shaping up to be an epic GB. Congrats to all involved! Not sure how I can pass this up.
     
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  8. troysteelerfan

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    These look great! Excellent work all around - on both sets! Can't wait to order - just show me the order thread!!!:)
     
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  9. BGinGA

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    We are now estimating that the price per chip will be 15c for blanks and 16c for labeled chips.

    Prices include the cost of mold design fees, label design fees (where applicable), base chip manufacturing costs, factory artwork/setup fees, factory label costs (where applicable), label/mold/color samples approval process costs, and the bulk shipping costs for shipping the order from the supplier to the re-shipper(s) located in the USA.

    Prices do NOT include the actual mailing costs of re-shipping individual orders from the re-shipper(s), mandatory insurance on those shipped packages, or payment processing fees. Those specific costs will be added to all orders as applicable.


    The edge spots do not touch the recessed label area. See example pics below.
     

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  10. Puggy

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    I'm torn. Want. Don't need. But want.
     
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  11. bivey

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    16 cents!?!? Wow. My set just got bigger I think.
     
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  12. troysteelerfan

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    Where will the order thread be posted?
     
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    In the Group Buy Discussion forum, most likely Monday afternoon.
     
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  14. CdnBeerLover

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    Thanks BG. Does anyone have any idea how many chips fit in the different USPS Priority Mail boxes (medium vs large)? I'm trying to figure out the cost for shipping (I can figure out the total cost at The Final Cost), and would like to figure out what my upper limit is for chips for one box shipped. I have no idea how many chips fit in the medium and large boxes, and I'm wondering if I will need more than one for at least 650 chips.

    Thanks,
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  15. WildeSau

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    They looks like "pure clay" chips. Are this compression molded china clays?
     
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  16. troysteelerfan

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    Not 100% sure but I would say 650 chips may fit in a medium flat rate box and for sure a large flat rate box.
     
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    What's the typical cost for shipping 2K chips within the U.S.?
     
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  18. CdnBeerLover

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    Good to know. There's a 20lb limit for both, which is approx 900 chips. Just wondering what the upper limit is for the large box. If a large flat rate box can hold 900 chips, then that's the limit.

    Thanks,
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    that 15c per chip price will always drive your want well above your need.... Get your Wallet ready!!!
     
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    I can tell you 900 Faux Clay chips fit nicely in a medium flat rate box :wink:

    Weight restrictions for domestic Express Mail and Priority Mail Flat Rate Envelopes and Boxes are 70 pounds.

    Weight restrictions for Priority Mail International are 4 pounds for the Flat Rate Envelopes, Small Flat Rate Box, and DVD Box and Large Video Box; 20 pounds for the Medium Flat Rate Boxes and the Large Flat Rate Box.

    Weight restrictions for Express Mail Flat Rate International vary by country and are noted in the Individual Country Listings. However, the maximum weight limit for any Express Mail International shipment is 70 pounds.

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