1. Regular Rubber Stamps
Regular rubber stamps are basic stamps that are used in conjunction with a stamp pad. Traditionally they have wooden handles and are quick to get and inexpensive to buy. They can be messy if not handled properly, and require the use of a stamp pad.
2. Self-inking Stamps
Self-inking stamps are mechanical stampers which have their own internal stamp pad. A swivel action causes the stamp die to hit the internal stamp pad between each use. In layman’s terms, a self-inking stamp is basically a regular stamp and a stamp pad all in one box. Self-inkers are great for multiple stamping, are reinkable, and reasonably priced. You may know these stamps by the brand names Ideal, Trodat, or Cosco.
3. Pre-inked stamps
Pre-inked stamps are stamps whose impression dies are impregnated with ink. These stamps do not use either an internal or external stamp pad. These stamps are durable, long-lasting, clean, easy to reink, and of the highest quality. There are three types of pre-inked stamps. Polymer gel pre-inks such as Royal Mark, the latest in technology flash stamps such as the AccuStamp, and the laser engraved vulcanized rubber stamps such as the industry-leading Xstamper brand.
Knowing these differences before purchasing a custom stamp can help you make a more informed decision and increase satisfaction with your final product!
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