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Commonly Used Rubber Stamp Terms
While rubber stamps have been all but replaced by computerized programs, they are still occasionally utilized by business for impressing documents with company logos and addresses, for check signing or to mark receipts or invoices as paid. Rubber stamps are also used by notaries public upon witnessing the signature of legal documents. The most common current use of rubber stamps is for creating art and crafts projects. Hobbyists use what are termed "art stamps" as well as personalized stamps. Personalized stamps are typically made in specialty shops, and can be done fairly quickly, since specialty shops often have engraving machines onsite. Here are a few terms commonly associated with rubber and plastic stamps:

Vulcanized Rubber: Rubber that has undergone a procedure in order to strengthen it. Natural, untreated rubber is very sticky, pliable and hardens when cold. When natural rubber is processed with either sulfur or a peroxide system it becomes more stable and does not freeze or melt in extreme temperatures. Vulcanized rubber is used in tires, shoe soles and hoses. Hard vulcanized rubber is used for bowling balls.

Laser Engraved Rubber: Rubber sheets that have been engraved using a process involving the application of lasers with a computerized machine. Personalized rubber stamps are often laser engraved.

Monogram: A symbol comprised of two overlapping letters. Monograms are often used as corporate logos.

Emboss: To produce a raised or sunken image on a surface.

Notary: An individual who is authorized to perform certain non-contentious legal services, such as administer oaths. Notaries are often called upon to witness the signing of legal documents.

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Carolina Trophies & Screen Printing Write review for this local business
709 Eastview St, Shelby, NC 28150
(704) 482-2392  
King's Office Supply Inc Write review for this local business
227 E Main St, Lincolnton, NC 28092
(704) 735-7415  
Stamper's Alley Write review for this local business
130 W Plaza Dr, Mooresville, NC 28117
(704) 664-5068  
Carolina Stamp & Engraving Co Write review for this local business
2109 Norwood St SW, Lenoir, NC 28645
(828) 728-9969  
Carolina Stamp & Engraving Co Write review for this local business
1417 Norwood St SW, Lenoir, NC 28645
(828) 759-0132  
Spartan Stamp & Sign Write review for this local business
113 Ian Ct, Spartanburg, SC 29306
(864) 583-4578  
New York Air Brake Corp Write review for this local business
535 Lentz Rd, China Grove, NC 28023
(704) 857-0121  
Mayland Printing Company Inc Write review for this local business
218 Oak Ave, Spruce Pine, NC 28777
(828) 765-4051  
Carolina Custom Rubber Inc Write review for this local business
5415 Statesville Blvd, Salisbury, NC 28147
(704) 636-6989  
Accutech Engraving & Awards Write review for this local business
3880 E North St, Greenville, SC 29615
(864) 292-9992  
Perma-Flex Southern Inc Write review for this local business
1415 Jake Alexander Blvd S, Salisbury, NC 28146
(704) 633-1201  
Hoyle Office Solutions Inc Write review for this local business
180 Glenn Bridge Rd, Arden, NC 28704
(828) 681-8797  
Stamp To It Write review for this local business
Greenville, SC 29617
(877) 670-9413  
Graphics Printing Write review for this local business
1544 N Bridge St, Elkin, NC 28621
(336) 835-1544  
Sun Printing Co Inc Write review for this local business
1411 S Main St, Winston Salem, NC 27127
(336) 725-3593  
Capitol Medals & Embroidery Inc Write review for this local business
108 Chestnut Dr, High Point, NC 27262
(336) 884-1176  
Robin Stamp Co Write review for this local business
594 Highway 126, Bristol, TN 37620
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Tri City Stamp Write review for this local business
1611 Suncrest Dr, Johnson City, TN 37615
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153 Dreher Rd, West Columbia, SC 29169
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602 Lady St, Columbia, SC 29201
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As you may know, some professionals work with rubber and plastic stamps for a living. While some workers sell these at retail cost in office supply stores, others help manufacture all kinds of common, custom, and collectible stamp products. This is a major industry, and one that concerns business and notary services, as well as arts and crafts. When you get involved with this line of work, you may often deal with various black and colored ink products, in addition to educational stamp tools for teachers. Many of these simply have letters from the alphabet or numbers on them.

Depending on the line of work you are in, these may be different levels of education and training involved with rubber and plastic stamps. It is helpful to know that some products use basic tins or black ink with sponges, while others are more decorative, and intended for artwork. While some rubber stamps are black, others are clear. If you work in an office supply store selling these products, you may also handle goods like scrapbook supplies, plastic stamps with personalized addresses or names, and even some custom stamping tools with dates on them. As you likely know, there are many designs, styles, colors, and markings that apply to these products. Nowadays, people can get a rubber ink stamp with any message, number, address, date, or decorative design they want. Some are even collectible.

In this field, you are likely to deal with many customers, school teachers, and major businesses that require stamps for different reasons.