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Redsixer
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I am looking for a source for the thin round metal shims that are in coin shells. Does anyone know where to find them?
MintonMagic
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I use some4 thousanths shim stock that my dad brought home from his machine shop. This works great!
In Magic,

Roger M.

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Mike T
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Typing 'shim material' into the Café search (always a good idea) revealed this -

http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewt......forum=26

Regards, Mike
It's times like this I wish I'd listened to what my Grandad used to say...
HDMAGIC
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I agree with MintonMagic. I went to a local machine shop and spoke to the owner. I told him what I was looking for and he was able to provide me with various shims. In face he had drawers full of them.
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