To finish your rubber stamp template, peel off the remaining sheet of protective backing from your mounting foam and adhere it to your acrylic block.  

Rubber stamps are very important these days since they are used to seal all important documents. Rubber stamps are often found in offices, libraries, universities, banks, government offices, and stores, among other places. Rubber manufacturing is a time-consuming and labour-intensive process. It takes longer. However, with newly established techniques, it is now very simple to produce rubber stamps in less time. The new techniques also require less investment. It just requires a small single bed. 

The Benefits:

 1) In the current process, laser printouts are used, which can be produced in DTP in a variety of designs and sizes.  

2) This approach does not necessitate the use of a skilled worker.  

3) It takes far less time than the older system, so the electric consumption is minimal.  

As we have discussed, the newly established method is very basic and straightforward. A laser printer is used to print the customised rubber stamp. The printout is then negatived, and the negative is put on the machine's bottom glass and securely held without creases. The liquid polymer is then sprayed in a uniform film on the different parts of the negative. A special formulation/brush is used to dissolve the residual polymer. Finally, after drying, this impressive polymer is recycled. Attaching a plastic holder to the seal prepares it. The whole procedure took little more than one hour, which is significantly less time than the previous process.