Rubber Stamp Tips
Below we have collected the most simplest rubber stamp tips to help you self service your stamp if the need arise. Wether you are replacing the ink cartridge, affixing a new stamp die, setting the date, or just updating the sample impression. We’ve got you covered.
We also have more Advanced Design & Choosing a Stamp tips near the bottom.
Replacing The Ink Cartridge
Affixing A New Die / Text Plate
Setting The Date
Inserting Sample Impression
If you’re not sure what kid of filetype we are after, or need some more info, start hwith our Artwork Files Guide. Dont hesitate to email or call for clarification.
If you are interested in having an Embosser made, make sure to have a quick look at our Embossing Products Information Guide.
f you are in need of a Common Seal Rubber Stamp, have a look at our Common Seal Guide, to make sure you have all the right information.
Choosing A Stamp
Not all Rubber Stamps are created equal, some do a job better than others, and some have some benefits when used certain circumstances. Our Stamp Catalog has a lot of basic uses listed. If you cant find what you’re after dont hestitate to contact us by email or phone.
If you have an existing stamp, but your model is not shown, we have a Stamp Model Reference Chart to help you find our equivalent model.
We have a range of specialist inks available if you need to stamp on something other than paper or matte cardboard surfaces. Please contact us if you want to stamp on, metal, plastic, glossy / waxy surfaces and we can put a product together tailored for your needs.