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Line And Comb Perforation Differences

 
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Hi all, just to see if I have understood the concept - in general terms anyway:does a comb perforated stamp have the same regular looking corner perfs in all four corners as opposed to a line perforated stamp whose corner perfs will look irregular to each other?
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Thanks Don,much appreciated
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Sometimes with comb perforations, each application of the comb might be a bit off from the next, so that the hole at the end of a comb "tooth" may not be at the same distance from the hole at the base of the next application as between holes w/in the "tooth". And may be shifted a little bit to one side or the other.
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