Trodat Printy Self-Inking Stamps

Trodat Printy Self-Inking Rubber Stamps

At Stamp Designer, we have a full range of Trodat self-inking stamps available in a variety of shapes and sizes. These are one of the most popular self-inking stamps on the market. Available in a range of ink colours, they are able to produce thousands of impressions before replacement ink pads are required. Your custom made stamp design is included in the price. The new Trodat Printy line stamps are designed to integrate all the advantages of a self-inking stamp with a modern outstanding design. We have the ability to print your favourite photographs, pictures, company logos, text etc and all in full colour!

On Stamp Designer we stock both the Printy and Professional range. The Professional range has a metal structure and plastic finish which make it more durable than the Printy range.

The Trodat range can be incorporated with specialist inks which make these stamps suitable for almost every use.

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804 UV Inks

804 UV ink is specifically designed for stamping onto hands for nightclub re-admission. The UV ink is skin friendly making it ideal for colleges, student unions, nightclubs, the entertainment industry and special events. The stamped image is invisible to the naked eye, but highly visible under UV light.

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802 Quick Drying Inks

802 Quick Drying ink is perfect for using with dry pads when stamping onto non-porous surfaces. This ink is commonly used to stamp onto glossy leaflets or loyalty cards but is also ideal for use on many other surfaces such as plastic, leather etc. We advise testing the ink on a sample piece to make sure the ink will dry.

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805 Archival Inks

805 Archival permanent ink suitable for use with traditional stamp pads and self inking stamps when used with a dry pad. This specialist ink is ideal for archives, libraries or stamping old documents. Accredited according to DIN ISO 11798.

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Colop Printer Self-Inking Stamps

Colop Self-Inking Rubber Stamps

At Stamp Designer, we have a full range of self-inking stamps available in a variety of shapes and sizes. These are one of the most popular self-inking stamps on the market. Available in a range of ink colours, they are able to produce thousands of impressions before replacement ink pads are required. Your custom made stamp design is included in the price. The new Colop Printer line stamps are designed to integrate all the advantages of a self-inking stamp with a modern outstanding design. Available in six sizes, the large image card offers the option of unique personalisation. We have the ability to print your favourite photographs, pictures, company logos, text etc and all in full colour!

The range can be incorporated with specialist inks which make these stamps suitable for almost every use.

Colop Printer C30

801 Skin Friendly Inks

801 is the standard ink used in Colop rubber stamps which is a water based ink and is skin friendly, this makes it ideal for nightclub/event re-entry hand stamps but is also perfect for every day use.

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804 UV Inks

804 UV ink is specifically designed for stamping onto hands for nightclub re-admission. The UV ink is skin friendly making it ideal for colleges, student unions, nightclubs, the entertainment industry and special events. The stamped image is invisible to the naked eye, but highly visible under UV light.

Trodat

802 Quick Drying Inks

802 Quick Drying ink is perfect for using with dry pads when stamping onto non-porous surfaces. This ink is commonly used to stamp onto glossy leaflets or loyalty cards but is also ideal for use on many other surfaces such as plastic, leather etc. We advise testing the ink on a sample piece to make sure the ink will dry.

Trodat

805 Archival Inks

805 Archival permanent ink suitable for use with traditional stamp pads and self inking stamps when used with a dry pad. This specialist ink is ideal for archives, libraries or stamping old documents. Accredited according to DIN ISO 11798.

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EOS Ink

EOS ink is specially designed for re-inking EOS pre-inked rubber stamps and should not be purchased for other Colop products.

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809 EOS Quick Drying Ink

809 EOS quick drying ink is specially designed for re-inking EOS pre-inked rubber stamps and should not be purchased for other Colop products. This is a quick drying ink for EOS stamps and is ideal to be used to stamp onto glossy leaflets or loyalty cards but is also ideal for use on many other surfaces such as plastic and leather.

 

Rubber Stamps Direct to you

Designing Perfect Rubber Stamps Direct to your Office Made Easy

In this blog post, we are exploding the myth that designing your own rubber stamps direct to your office is difficult. Here we set out to show how easy it is by just following a few simple rules.

Myth:

To design a rubber stamp you need to be a graphic artist

Truth:

Designing a rubber stamp can be easy by following some simple rules that once you know them you will wonder what all the fuss was about

Rules that Make Designing Rubber Stamps Direct Simple

Rule 1:

Using our unique online rubber stamp designer creating the perfect stamp is very easy. Firstly, you need to decide what information you want to appear on the stamp e.g. company name and address. Then what size of stamp you need to fit everything required on it. Many people make the mistake of selecting stamps that are too small for the information they are trying to convey. However, this can be overcome using new technology which allows for smaller font sizes which cannot be produced using traditional and self-inking rubber stamps.

Thus write down a plan of your stamp before you commence the design process.

Rule 2:

When customising your stamp on a computer or mobile phone the canvas area is enlarged to enable you to see what you are doing as clearly as possible, because of this people are tempted to try and cram large amounts of text onto very small stamps. Also, font styles can make a big difference when designing your stamp. As you can see from the image below some font styles are longer than others as the font sizes represent the height of the font and bears no relation to the length of the character. Thus, Times Roman is shorter than Arial and whilst both these fonts can be used on a stamp and get the same number of lines, in reality the Arial font characters are longer and therefore may have problems on addresses with long lines of text for a given font size. Click on image below to see an expanded view.

Stamp and Font Size Guide
Demonstration of how font selection is important when creating a stamp

In the image we have used four square stamp sizes to show how different fonts and sizes can be used, however please note that the 4pt font size can only be used on pre-inked stamps.

Here at Stamp Designer we offer the largest range of stamp technologies to enable you to not only create a stamp but create an impression of your company that goes beyond a rubber stamp. We offer traditional and self-inking stamps and also pre-inked rubber stamps which can produce images in grey-scale good enough to reproduce a photograph. Therefore if you would like a logo or image on your stamp do not use a self-inking or traditional stamp.

Original image

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How the image would look on a pre-inked stamp with blue ink

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Same using red ink

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Same using black ink

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Same image would need to be flattened to create a monochrome image when used in a traditional or self-inking stamp, this loses any subtle shading but with some logos this may be acceptable. However, some lose the essence of the logo.

Rubber Stamps Direct

Click the link to access a good starting point to design your custom rubber stamps direct.