Hypothetical question as advertising isn't allowed on this board

Using the standard Brown and Sharpe set of division plates certain numbers can't be done by direct indexing, like 63, 127 etc.

Gert sells sets of generic plates that cover the standard numbers plus 63, 127 and 25 which does 125 divisions for dials etc.

Now many people have the standard set which suits them fine and it's wasteful to buy another set but I was thinking about doing a stand alone plate to cover these non standard numbers.

It's possible to get 7 or 8 rows of holes in and still have room for mounting holes, dowels etc. So taking 25, 63 and 127 as de-facto alternatives what other numbers would people like to see and for what reason ?

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Using the standard Brown and Sharpe set of division plates certain numbers can't be done by direct indexing, like 63, 127 etc.

Gert sells sets of generic plates that cover the standard numbers plus 63, 127 and 25 which does 125 divisions for dials etc.

Now many people have the standard set which suits them fine and it's wasteful to buy another set but I was thinking about doing a stand alone plate to cover these non standard numbers.

It's possible to get 7 or 8 rows of holes in and still have room for mounting holes, dowels etc. So taking 25, 63 and 127 as de-facto alternatives what other numbers would people like to see and for what reason ?

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