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  1. As demand for CGC’s expert services continues to grow, we are looking to add more talent to our industry-leading team. We are currently looking to fill the following positions: Vintage Graders (Previous Comic Grading Experience Required) https://goo.gl/RdhF9z Verification/Data Entry (Comic Book Knowledge Required) https://goo.gl/R7a3nj Receiving/Submissions (Comic Book Knowledge not required) https://goo.gl/2DDMmP Content Developer (Job opportunity available through Certified Collectibles Group) https://goo.gl/QCXBsz Located in Sarasota, FL, CGC offers career gr
  2. Please see this announcement for the latest info from CGC about newton rings: https://www.cgccomics.com/boards/topic/440951-newton-rings/
  3. Note: this was originally posted on page 15 of a thread in Comics General on August 31st. We're creating it as an announcement to make it easier to find. The “rainbow effect” or “Newton rings” are a normal occurrence when two different plastics (which have different refractive indexes) are placed together. It’s what you sometimes see on a smartphone screen protector or on the edges of an LCD screen. The rainbow effect has been seen in CGC holders since our first-generation holder was introduced nearly 20 years ago. This is a result of the inner sleeve (which holds the book) contacti
  4. The most recent change will be a great improvement to the appearance of Newton rings. We will continue to make efforts to do research on enhancements that will help. I promise, it's not
  5. Thank you for your feedback. The “rainbow effect” or “Newton rings” are a normal occurrence when two different plastics (which have different refractive indexes) are placed together. It’s what you sometimes see on a smartphone screen protector or on the edges of an LCD screen. The rainbow effect has been seen in CGC holders since our first-generation holder was introduced nearly 20 years ago. This is a result of the inner sleeve (which holds the book) contacting the hard-plastic outer shell; the two different plastics have different refractive indexes and that so