Rubber stamps are a traditional stamp type used in the professional community.
State guidance may dictate a "rubber stamp", however, self inking and the pre-inked stamps leave the same quality and type of impression.
Rubber stamp characteristics.
These stamps are made of wood or a simulated wood product.
Handles are pressed into the stamp wood.
Dies are made of real rubber either cut on a laser or molded in a plate. Rubber stamp dies are applied with an adhesive to the wooden mount.
Real rubber is durable to with stand mild or harsh inks with not deterioration.
Stamp pads or inks are required to make an impression
Professional rubber stamps, available for all states including all licensed professions including Professional Engineer, Surveyor, Architects, etc.
Guaranteed to meet individual state requirements, and any defects in the manufacturing process.
Last Modified January 27, 2005
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