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Topic: Should this happen?
Message: Posted by: Shakey (Nov 15, 2008 12:26PM)
I have just started working with a 'FLIP' coin - when it is set down on a table it starts to close, and stands up in an 'inverted v' shape. Is this normal?(clean answers only please!)
Message: Posted by: B Hackler (Nov 15, 2008 12:48PM)
Is it a gravity flipper or a regular flipper coin? sounds like the ru***r b**d needs to be broken in by use that should correct the problem. my 2 cents
Message: Posted by: Shakey (Nov 15, 2008 01:05PM)
A regular coin - 'TANGO'
Message: Posted by: Jonathan Townsend (Nov 15, 2008 01:21PM)
Regular [~ are supposed to close when let go. Especially when you put one open on the table and cover it with a glass so they can see the two coins...

Gravity [~ (floppers?) will sit there waiting for you to act upon them
Message: Posted by: Shakey (Nov 16, 2008 03:42AM)
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On 2008-11-15 14:21, Jonathan Townsend wrote:
Regular [~ are supposed to close when let go. Especially when you put one open on the table and cover it with a glass so they can see the two coins...

Gravity [~ (floppers?) will sit there waiting for you to act upon them
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Thank you
Message: Posted by: kerpa (Nov 16, 2008 07:39AM)
Look up last 30 day posts in my profile for my posts regarding how to change a flipper (eg Tango magnetic) to a flopper (ie gravity). I won't post it here, as it has been posted in Secret Sessions, with a good follow up post from Lawrence O of Paris, France.
For some effects (eg invisible coin purse, a Joshua Jay adaptation of Troy Hooser and others' work), gravity is the way to go.