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Berichtdoor Magic » 09 Mar 2007, 20:14

Ik zie soms bij anderen en ook bij mezelf dat sommige uitdrukkingen
vraagtekens oproepen.
Daarom kun je nu hier dat vragen.
waar ik inmiddels ben achtergekomen:

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http://www.tfracetrack.com/instructions/g1/index.html


MISB = Mint In Sealed Box
betekend ongeopend in doos

MIB = Mint In Box
betekend reeds geopend in doos

MOC = Mint On Card
Ipv doosje zit robot op een reeds geopende card. een kartonnen kaart met bubble erop.

MOSC = Mint On Sealed Card
Het zelfde als MOC alleen ongeopend.

Bubble = Het plastic waarmee robot op card zit vastgemaakt

Hauls = Aaankopen

IMO = In mijn ogen

Joints = Scharnier / verbindingspunt (bv elleboog optimus, arm arialbot)

Stickerwear = Stickers die of niet helemaal goed meer vastzitten of
die verkleurd of versleten zijn.

Techspec = Technische Specificaties van een bot. Zit op verpakking.
o.a. kracht wijsheid snelheid van robot word dmv cijfers verteld.

Rubsign = Is een sticker van het decepticon of autobot logo wat eerst zwart is
maar als je hard genoeg wrijft zichtbaar word.

Zal ook beginnen met paar vraagjes:
1- waarvoor staat LOT? betekend meerdere bots maar wat precies :s

2- Wat is een "blusje"

3- Wat is "Diecast"

Nou hoop dat dit voor verheldering zorgt en mensen de ruimte geeft
vragen te stellen.

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Berichtdoor Hound » 09 Mar 2007, 20:22

ik heb altijd begrepen dat megs megatron is, maar wordt komt die s vandaan ?
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Re: Stel je vraag aan de rest

Berichtdoor Sunstorm » 09 Mar 2007, 20:55

Het is wel een handig topic omdat er altijd termen en aflorting zijn waar niet iedereen mee bekend is. ;)


kaspers2002 schreef:Zal ook beginnen met paar vraagjes:
1- waarvoor staat LOT? betekend meerdere bots maar wat precies :s
Een lot is gewoon een 'hoeveelheid'. Denk maar aan 'a lot of pieces'. Dan heb je geen hele mond vol. ;)

kaspers2002 schreef:2- Wat is een "blusje"

Een blusje is volgens mij als tijdens het uithardingsproces van plastic in een heel klein gedeelte vervorming ontstaat in het plastic ten gevolge van bijvoorbeeld een luchtbel. I'm not quite sure. ;)

kaspers2002 schreef:3- Wat is "Diecast"
(Deels) gemaakt van metaal. ;)


Hound schreef:ik heb altijd begrepen dat megs megatron is, maar wordt komt die s vandaan ?
Volgens mij van Megsie, dat weer een koosnaampje is van Megatron? :lol:
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Re: Stel je vraag aan de rest

Berichtdoor Overlord » 09 Mar 2007, 21:01

Sunstorm schreef:

Hound schreef:ik heb altijd begrepen dat megs megatron is, maar wordt komt die s vandaan ?
Volgens mij van Megsie, dat weer een koosnaampje is van Megatron? :lol:


Megsie...zit...zit...en volg..........Megsie...af!!!!! :)
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Berichtdoor Don Energon » 09 Mar 2007, 23:08

IMO = In mijn ogen


lol , kan ook maar het is officieel ''in my opinion''
geewunn!!
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Berichtdoor gerrutcamaro » 09 Mar 2007, 23:28

ik heb ja gezegd, maar er verschijnen ook steeds andere benamingen en afkortingen dus of je altijd up to date blijft :roll:

oww, btw, een blusje is idd een luchtbelletje in de verf of het materiaal wat een beschadiging is / geeft ;)

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Berichtdoor Vector Sigma » 10 Mar 2007, 00:24

@kaspers2002



deze vergeet je nog........de JUNKER(s) :P



transformers ...who are killed in action :D
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Berichtdoor HellSpawn » 10 Mar 2007, 00:24

Een "lot" is ook een artikel, of groep artikelen in een veiling, bij een officieel veilinghuis.
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Berichtdoor Skywarp » 10 Mar 2007, 02:02

gerrutcamaro schreef:btw


Dat is dus By The Way. :)

IMHO = In My Humble Opinion. (In Mijn Bescheiden Mening)

Zo goed als alle afkortingen ken ik wel denk ik....
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Berichtdoor NDD » 10 Mar 2007, 06:58

DieCast is een minderwaardig soort metaal..; zeg maar een mix van verschillende overschotjes, maar wel goed om te bewerken en om bvb in mallen te gieten.
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Berichtdoor MegatR1n » 10 Mar 2007, 08:08

Denk dat de meeste mensen hier wel wat aan hebben:

000, .001, .002 This is similar to the SKU number, but refers to an assortment. When figures are released and coded for sale to retail markets, they are part of an "assortment." The assortment number is a long number followed by a decimal point and a 000, 001, or 002 (etc.) suffix. Sometimes the same figure is retooled, recolored, or even unchanged and released again in a new batch, or assortment. The completist collectors will often search for the first assortment release (.000), or perhaps a change was made to the figure and the changed version is released in limited quantities, making the 0002 or 0003 (or whatEVER) the "hot" item.

+ (plus sign): This is just to indicate that an item being rated in terms of condition (usually via the C-scale) could be in better condition than the rating states. For instance, a C-8 figure is an 8 out of 10, but a C-8+ figure is even better, but probably not as good as C-9. Most people use decimals to be more specific (like C-8.2 or C-8.5). Sometimes the "+" is added as a type of exclamation about how perfect a C-10 figure is (C-10++!!).

Backing: Any supportive or decorative surface to which a toy is affixed in some way for display in the retail market. For the earlier Transformers figures, the piece of cardboard that the figure was sealed to in the bubble is the backing. This is not typically the "card" of carded figures, but rather some secondary packaging inside a main box.

Blister: One of the common ways for toy companies to package their wares for display in the retail market is to use a clear plastic shell that is affixed via some sort of adhesive to a cardboard backing. This is most often referred to as the "Bubble," but many people use "Blister" as well. It enables buyers to see the item for sale without being able to touch it before purchase.

Bubble: See Blister.

C-1 (or C-2, C-3, etc. up to C-10): This is a basic rating scale used to describe the condition of figures or their boxes, packaging, etc. It's no more than a scale from 1 to 10, with 1 being the worst and 10 being the best. It is generally assumed that the "C" just stands for "Condition." While everyone's definition is different (see General Advice for using or interpreting the C scale), C-10 generally means in perfect condition, as if the figure has just been taken out of a sealed box; no scratches, looseness, no flaws whatsoever. C-1 would be a figure that is more than likely broken in some way, with dirt, scratches, bends, stress/tooth marks, total looseness, etc. The same applies to boxes; a C-10 box looks as if it just came off the belt at the factory; no creases, dents/dings in the acetate windows (or what have you), no corner wear, etc. Every item can be judged in its own way; the C-scale is just a way for us as collectors and sellers to standardize how to quickly present the gist of an item's condition.

Card: The most common ways for toy companies to package their figures are in boxes or on Cards. Cards are the types of packages hung on hooks in stores instead of stacked on shelves. In the U.S., the deluxe-sized Beast Wars figures were all on cards, as are most of the standard-sized Star Wars figures.

Case Fresh: This means that the packaging is in perfect shape, and usually also means it's sealed and in untouched condition. It's as if the figure was just pulled from a case that was shipped to the retailer by the toy company. Similar to MIMSB.

Factory (or Factory Applied): Most figures have some detail applied at the factory that made them, often a certain set of stickers. If a figure only has the factory-applied stickers, it means the stickers that are already applied when the figure is removed from its original packaging.

Insert: Almost all toys are packaged with some secondary materials besides the figure itself and its accessories; there are usually promotional brochures, catalogs of similar toys available for sale, etc. These are often referred to as "inserts." Some people use the word to mean many things, however, so be sure to check the General Advice section.

***Quick summary of all the "MIMB," "MOC," "MISB," etc.***

M = MINT
I = IN
B = BOX
P = PACKAGE
C = CARD
S = SEALED
O = ON

MIB: Mint In Box. The item in question has its retail packaging. Some people use this to refer only to the presence of the packaging, not the CONDITION of the packaging or of the figure; see the General Advice section for details.

MIMB: Mint In Mint Box. The seller is specifically stating that not only the figure is in Mint condition, but the box that it is packaged in is in Mint condition as well.

Mint: "Perfect" in terms of the condition of a figure or its packaging. For car enthusiasts, a synonym would be "cherry."

MIMP: Mint In Mint Package: Same as MIMB, but perhaps the figure in question was packaged in some way other than in a "box" per se.

MIP: Mint In Package. Same as MIB, but perhaps the figure in question was packaged in some way other than in a "box" per se.

MISB: Mint In Sealed Box. The packaging for the figure in question is unopened. Most toy companies packaged their items in some way as to make this a definable trait. Boxed Transformers had tape holding the opening flaps shut, as well as bubble/backing seals of the actual figure inside. Some people use MISB to refer only to PARTS of the packaging being unopened; see the General Advice section for details.

MISMB: Mint In Mint Sealed Box. Same as MISB, but the seller is specifically stating that the packaging is in perfect condition as well as the figure.

MISP: Mint In Sealed Package. Same as MISB, but perhaps the figure in question was packaged in some way other than in a "box" per se.

MISMP: Mint In Sealed Mint Package. Same as MISP, but the seller is specifically stating that the packaging is in perfect condition as well as the figure.

MOC: Mint On Card. For figures that are packaged on cardbacks instead of in boxes (hung on hooks in stores rather than stacked on shelves). The majority of the Beast Wars figures are packaged this way. It means that the figure is still able to be held to the cardback by the packaging. Not sealed, necessarily, but the cardback should be able to be hung on a hook without the figure falling out.

MOSC: Mint On Sealed Card. Whatever packaging there is that holds the figure to the card (usually a bubble) has not been breached; the figure itself is provably untouched by consumer hands.

MOSMC: Mint On Sealed Mint Card. Same as MOSC, but the seller is specifically stating that the packaging is in perfect condition as well as the figure.

NRFB: Never Removed From Box. Same as MISB.

Paperwork: Included in the packaging for most toys is some amount of documentation, usually instructions on how to use or transform the figure. Most often paperwork refers to the instructions, but some people use it to refer to all paper inserts (catalogs, mail-away offers, promotional items, etc.).

Punched (or Unpunched): For figures that were packaged on cards and hung on hooks for display in retail stores, there was usually a little hole in the top/center of the card where the hook would go through. Sometimes this hole was scored but not punched all the way through by the packaging manufacturers. It's an added feature to a figure's "newness" and "untouched" quality. Doesn't apply so much any more, as most carded figures now have shaped cards that allow for hooks, as opposed to "island" holes that needed to be punched.

Recolor: Toy companies (especially Hasbro) often release an action figure that is identical to an earlier figure, but has a different color scheme. Sometimes they are marketed as separate figures with different names, sometimes they are considered "re-releases."

Re-release (or Re-issue): Because of popularity, or to correct an earlier error/recalled toy, companies may begin selling a figure again that was discontinued. The new figure may have different colors or packaging, but is still considered the same character and has the same name.

Rock Bubble (or Rock Blister): A Beast-Wars specific term; several carded figures were altered in their packaging while still in production. The earlier variations had bubbles on the cards that where molded to look like rocks. The Bubbles were later changed to smooth rounded shapes with no special molding (known as Smooth Bubble or Smooth Blister).

Shelf Wear: General overall minor damage to packaging due to typical shelf activity in a toy stor; being slid along a shelf, or stacked and scuttled along over and over until some whitening appears along corners (for boxed figures), or some flat edges are a little bent and bubbles are a little scuffed (for carded figures).

SKU: In the world of collecting, some people are amazingly complete about getting variations. Sometimes a toy or its packaging is altered in some way while it is still in production, creating two (or more) near-identical toys in the retail market at once. Sometimes the variation is so minor that the only evidence is a different "SKU number." SKU stands for Stock Keeping Unit, and is the bar-coded number on packages that identifies the smallest marketable unit (ie. one action figure) sold by a company. For some reason a SKU number difference can create a lot of excitement for the completist collectors, and so is referred to when describing the figure for sale (like "Transmetal 2 Cybershark, Sku# 0-76281-8054-2!!!!")

Smooth Bubble (or Smooth Blister): See Rock Bubble.

Variation (or Var): Oftentimes a toy company will alter the packaging or a small detail regarding an action figure's components while it is still in production. This creates two items of the same name that are concurrently in production. Sometimes it is a recolor, sometimes a very slightly different figure attribute (like an open fist in one variation and a closed fist in the other, or decals on one variation and paint on another), but the word Variation is most commonly used for a difference in packaging for the same figure (like roman numerals used in the first releases of the Transmetal II figures instead of the later Transmetal 2 packages).


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Berichtdoor Don Energon » 10 Mar 2007, 08:17

NIB - New in Box , zie ik ook regelmatig staan!
geewunn!!

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Berichtdoor HellSpawn » 10 Mar 2007, 13:18

.......... Goed, volgens mij hebben we nu alle afkortingen wel gehad. Het lijstje van Megatr1n ziet er aardig kompleet uit. ;)
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Berichtdoor Magic » 12 Mar 2007, 21:21

MegatR1n schreef:Denk dat de meeste mensen hier wel wat aan hebben:


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Doet me denken aan huiswerk :lol:
ik denk dat we nu in een klap wel compleet zijn ja :cool:
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Berichtdoor Magic » 15 Mar 2007, 01:43

Marsbot

gemaakt van

MRSBT

Staat voor

Moon Rocket Space Base Travelcenter

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