Types of Rubber Stamps In Singapore

What is pre-inked stamp? What is self-inking stamp? Aren't stamps just stamps? No they aren't! Each stamp is unique and has their own functions!
 
Rubber stamps, in general, have 3 types of stamps. They are:
1. Traditional rubber stamps
2. Pre-inked stamps
3. Self Inking stamps
     
    Each type of stamps has its own features to fit your usage whether at home or in the office.
     
    Traditional Rubber Stamps
    Traditional rubber stamps require a stamp pad to produce impressions. This is the authentic and most economical way of using a rubber stamp. It goes like, Stamp on stamp pad > stamp on documents. Using this type of stamp takes up space on your table and may cause a mess as the stamp is not covered after usage.
     
    Pre-Inked Stamps
    Pre-Inked Stamps produce crisp and clear impressions at every stamp. However, a drawback to pre-inked stamp will be that it requires pauses between stamping. To compensate for its stamping speed, pre-inked stamps use oil-based ink which makes pre-inked stamp waterproof. Pre-inked stamp does not require an ink pad as gel ink is molded into an impression. We offer 2 types of Pre-Inked stamps:
     
    AE Gel Stamp
    Our original A E Gel Stamp uses Gel System to produce crystal clear imprints that can even dry almost instantly on glossy paper.
     
    AE Flash Stamp
     
    Our other variant A E Flash Stamp utilises UV 'Flash' to embed your image onto the die plate. Using double foam technology, it can hold enough ink for thousands of imprint.
     
    Self Inking Stamps
    Self-Inking stamps have replaceable ink pads built onto the stamp. This stamp allows rapid stamping as the stamp will automatically re-ink itself after each impression. One of the best features of a self-inking stamp would be its flexibility to turn it into a dater or numbering stamp!  The only downside to this product will be its impression clarity in comparison to Pre-Inked stamp.
     
    All in all, each type of stamp has its perks and drawback in terms of feature. So now you understand the type of stamps that are available to you! Do contact us if you are still unsure which stamp is more suitable for your usage.
     
    You can shop the stamps by clicking the pictures below:
       
     

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