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Brass & Steel Type for Package Date Coding and Hot Stamping

Posted by Matt Martin

As the premier OEM-alternative type supplier in the country, Durable Technologies manufactures brass and steel dies and packaging type used for coding, imprinting, labeling, embossing and debossing. We are the largest manufacturer of replacement metal coding type for all of the popular OEM equipment including  Norwood® Imprinters, Markem® Touch Dry Coders, Jones® Cartoners, Open Date® Labelers, Norden® Tube Fillers, and many more.   

printers type, replacement typeOur replacement packaging type and steel stamp dies are commonly used in cartoners, sealers, tube fillers, labelers, wrappers, thermoform and imprinters for hot or cold marking of labels, tags, packages, cartons, tubes, boxes, plastic and/or metal surfaces.    

Click here to read our recent blog post "Choosing the Best Package Marking Solution".  

You may also be interested in another blog post titled "Hot Stamping Coding Type for Pharmaceutical Packaging".  
steel type, replacement typeDurable Technologies also manufactures a wide variety of  brass printers' type  styles that will fit any need for monogramming, personalizing, or any other decorative printing.  Our  brass printers' type  is compatible with printers by Kingsley®, Kwikprint®, AAmstamp®, Kensol Franklin®, Jackson®, Gibson®, Howard® and virtually any other hot stamping machine.  

Typical applications include bookbindings, personalization items, ribbons, greeting cards, napkins, matchbooks, labels, leather goods, advertising specialty items and more.  

Our high quality brass type and dies are a great value since they will far outlast cheap alloys such as zinc and lead type.

Durable Technologies can supply custom type, logos, and steel stamp dies with any style typeface or font (including OCR), foreign languages, or any other custom symbol or logo.  
Contact us today to see what Durable Technologies can do for you.

This post was published on June 26, 2012 and updated on October 15, 2020.

Topics: Package Date Coding, Package Printing, Pharmaceutical, Markem Type, Norwood type, Coding Type and Dies, Hot Stamping, Hot Stamping Type and Dies, Craftsman and Artisan, Food and Beverage, Brass and Steel Type and Dies

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