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What is Hot Stamping?

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If you're looking to personalize your product by adding your name, monogram or company logo, hot stamping is a tried and true direct part marking method.

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Topics: Hot Stamping, Hot Stamping Type and Dies, Craftsman and Artisan, Hot Stamping Foils and Ribbons

Design Your Own Custom Metal Stamps

Posted by Matt Martin

Metal stamps made to order open up the world of customization for artisans and craftspeople who want to add their personal touch, leave their permanent signature, and customize their finished pieces. Designing your own metal stamp can seem like a daunting process, however, so we have made it easy!

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Topics: Custom Steel Hand Stamps

Stamping Press 101

Posted by Matt Martin

Stamping presses combine the customization of steel stamps, type, and dies with medium- to high-volume repeatability in an easy-to-use marking machine.

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Topics: Impact Presses, Pneumatic Press, Manual Press

Impact Press Permanently Marks Heat Lot Numbers

Posted by Matt Martin

Girard Equipment Inc., located in Vero Beach, FL, manufactures pressure relief vents, valves for tanker trucks, and a wide variety of other cast and assembled parts for heavy industry. Most of these components require significant processing after casting to reach their finished state.

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Topics: Impact Presses, Testimonial

Which Steel Hand Stamp is the Right Stamp for You?

Posted by Matt Martin

One of our most popular marking solutions is the hand stamp. Steel hand stamps are versatile and long-lasting, made from a special grade of tool steel to resist spalling and mushrooming.

Steel hand stamps also allow for a wide range of design options and can be custom made to satisfy almost any part marking requirement. If you've never used a hand stamp before, it can be hard at first to figure out how to choose the right stamp for your project.

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Topics: Custom Steel Hand Stamps, Hand Stamps, Handheld Marking, Buttress Steep Stamps, 452 Style Font Steel Hand Stamps, Reverse Character Steel Hand Stamps, Hevi-Bevl Hand Stamps, Low Stress Dot Character Hand Stamps, Low Stress Full Character Hand Stamps, Border Steel Hand Stamps

Stamping Knife Blades the Right Way

Posted by Matt Martin

Rustick Knives, in Fayettesville, NC, is run by Jack Stottlemire, a disabled veteran and small business owner.  He is committed to creating the absolute best combat knives for our brave servicemen and women.  He is a retired Army Special Operations Sergeant Major who spent many years serving his country in special operations so he knows what make a knife unique and effective.

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Topics: Craftsman and Artisan, Hand Stamp Holders, Hand Stamps, Marking Hammers

Permanent Ink Stamp for Plastic

Posted by Matt Martin

When an application calls for marking on plastic, a permanent ink stamp can often be the best marking solution. Permanent ink stamps for plastic applications are popular marking solutions because they offer a flexible, durable, portable, low-cost marking option.

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Topics: Rubber Stamps, Stamp Pads, Plastic, Handheld Marking

Compatible Coding 3 Ways From Durable Tech

Posted by Matt Martin

From TTO flexible packaging to carton coding, Durable Technologies provides our customers with a one-stop solution for printing production dates, expiration dates, storage life, bar codes, and more.

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Topics: Ink Rolls, Industrial Ink Jet Printers, Ink Jet Fluids

Hilti Marking Characters Steel Type

Posted by Matt Martin

Durable Technologies has been around a long time and one of our favorite types of portable stamping tools for industrial part marking is the powder actuated marking gun.

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Topics: OEM Type, Steel Type

How to Use a Spring-Loaded Center Punch

Posted by Matt Martin

A common hand held marking tool is an automatic spring-loaded center punch. This hand tool is used to produce a dimple, characters, or small symbols in a work piece made of metal, wood, or even some plastics.

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Topics: Center Punch

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