Types of Company Stamps Part Two
Pre-inked Rubber Stamp:
Pre-inked rubber stamps, like self-inking stamps, do not need a rubber stamp but are pre-inked. These stamps may be designed to order for small or large companies. These stamps are also available in a variety of sizes, with rectangular stamps capable of imprinting three to nine lines depending on the size. A round stamp, which is the more common company seal, is also available.
Stamps with Date:
Day stamps are mostly used to imprint dates. Since these stamps are available in a revolving format, they can be used for a long time. Day stamps may also be personalized by writing the business name over the date.
Similarly, unique notifications may be inserted along with the date. Opened, billed, sent, checked, paid, back-ordered, distributed, sent, canceled, charged, entered, and faxed are the most commonly used messages. Self-inking and manual date stamps are also available.
More than stamps, holograms are tags. They have taken the place of stamps, which were once used as a token of a company's initial product. However, over time, a few businesses began to manufacture duplicate goods under the stamp. This hologram was created to keep it from being used.
Holograms are custom-made stickers that display the company's logo or name in three dimensions. Holograms have many hidden features that make them difficult to replicate.
Typically, businesses have an etched or permanent stamp on their merchandise in addition to the hologram. For metal goods, special mechanized machines that stamp the commodity have been produced. Normally, the production date and core are encoded in a coded language for items such as generators.