Originally Posted by Jon
The die may start out a certain size but in high demands I reckon the multiple dies going in to each tin (unconfirmed) are sped up. You should all know what temp does to dimensions.
Its not only the head diameter that's out the lengths can be different as well approaching 0.5mm.
... which would basically indicate that, when you are trying to 'find the right pellet', you are still at the mercy of the Gods. You find a good one, and then the manufacturer botches it.
This would mean that, when you find 'the right pellet', you should buy as many tins of that particular batch as you can find, and then live off that for some time... and then the entire process starts from scratch?
That would actually make sense...