The Durable Industrial Marking Blog

What is Hot Stamping?

Posted by Matt Martin

 

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

Metal Stamping Dies For Wood

Posted by Matt Martin

Branding is a practical and economical way to permanently mark almost any material besides metal and glass. Wood is frequently branded to advertise a trademark, logo or manufacturer’s name or to “sign” or individualize a craftsman's work. Branding is also used to identify tools or equipment for personal or security purposes. Customized metal hot stamp dies are a great way to brand a variety of products.

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Topics: Hot Stamping, Hot Stamping Type and Dies, Wood

What is a Hot Stamping Machine?

Posted by Matt Martin

Hot stamping or foil stamping is a printing method where metal hot stamp dies are transferred at high temperatures to the surface being marked. The process includes a hot stamping machine (or hot stamping press) and steel, brass, or magnesium type (interchangeable characters) or a solid logo die. Adding a hot stamping foil delivers a mark with color.

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Topics: Hot Stamping, Hot Stamping Type and Dies

Hot Foil Stamping Machine Letters

Posted by Matt Martin

Hot foil stamping machine letters allow users to create permanent marks on a wide range of substrates.

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Topics: Hot Stamping, Hot Stamping Type and Dies

Quick Guide to Hot Stamping and Printers' Type

Posted by Matt Martin

Hot stamping is a versatile marking method that allows for easy customization on a variety of substrates. Requests for personalization and monogramming type and dies have increased dramatically over the last few years and we don't expect it to slow down any time soon.

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Topics: Hot Stamping, Hot Stamping Type and Dies

Brass Hot Stamping Type

Posted by Matt Martin

Brass type from Durable Technologies is an economical, general purpose type for marking most non-metal materials such as books, leather, plastics, paper, and wood.

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Topics: Hot Stamping, Brass and Steel Type and Dies

Hot Stamp Printers Type and Dies for Personalization and Monogramming

Posted by Matt Martin

Hot stamping has long been a go-to method for marking a range of substrates. Versatility and ease of use make hot stamping an attractive direct part marking solution for both high and low volume marking applications, allowing individual users to personalize their goods with the same professional-looking marks as high-end designers and manufacturers.

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Topics: Hot Stamping, Hot Stamping Printer

When You Need the Best Branding, VisiMark's Hot Stamping Printers Type Delivers

Posted by Matt Martin

Royce Leather Gifts, located in Secaucus, NJ, has been creating memorable custom leather goods since 1974. This family-owned business specializes in high-end, high quality leather goods. One of their popular tags lines is "Branding Your Business, Literally". Branding in both the marketing as well as the permanent impression sense of the word. If companies are going to design and create luxury goods, then the brand imprinted on that product must be of the highest quality.

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Topics: Hot Stamping, Brass and Steel Type and Dies, Leather, Testimonial

How to Hot Stamp with Foil and Ribbons

Posted by Matt Martin

Hot stamping is capable of creating vibrant, permanent marks on a wide variety of substrates. To get the best results when hot stamping, however, it is important to fully understand how to hot stamp properly with foil and ribbons.  

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Topics: Hot Stamping, Hot Stamping Foils and Ribbons

Industrial Paint Markers

Posted by Matt Martin

Industrial markers can be found in environments as diverse as factory floors and outdoor construction sites. These markers are designed to be highly pigmented, create clear and crisp marks, and reliably last in even the harshest environments. Some styles of industrial markers, however, are designed to be removed, either with detergent or water.

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Topics: Industrial Paint Markers, Hot Stamping, Marking Tools and Supplies

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