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Free Whitepaper:

Inspecting on the Edge: Understanding Punch Tip Wear

Dealing with tablet defects?

Wear to the cup face is generally not responsible for typical tablet defects such as capping, lamination, and flashing. These tablet defects are more related to punch tip wear. Learn the best way to check for punch tip wear and how to prevent the wear that causes common tablet defects in this whitepaper Inspecting on the Edge: Understanding Punch Tip Wear

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example of j-hook
J-Hook is caused by punch tip wear and results in tablet defects such as capping, lamination, and flashing.

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