General questions

All our items are manufactured in Wermelskirchen (Germany). The raw material also origins from European production. We value sustainability, traceability and compliance with all applicable laws and regulations in our supply chain. In particular, respect for human rights and the protection of nature are very close to our hearts!
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The size of character of a stamp is measured from the upper sharpest edge of the engraving to the lower sharpest edge of the engraving. The easiest way to check the height of the lettering is to ink the stamp with a stamp pad and make an impression on a sheet of paper. If you measure this impression vertically, you will get the height of the stamp.
Reverse engraving means that the engraving on the punch is readable when viewed directly, whereas its impression on a workpiece is not readable, but is a mirror image. Such punches are mainly used for moulds and dies.
This is the most common version of steel stamps, also known as "left engraved". If you look directly at the engraving on the stamp, it is in mirror writing, but the imprint on the workpiece is "readable"!

The following stamps are included in the number set: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 - the "6" is turned around and thus also used as a "9". And since hand stamps may only ever be used one at a time, 8 stamps are simply enough.

Our steel stamps are suitable for stamping unhardened steels, metals of all kinds, as well as wood and leather. In general, they can also be used on plastics, as long as these allow stamping due to their nature and composition.

Yes, our stamps have a hardness at the engraving of 58 - 61 HRC.
Hand stamps are always applied one by one. The stamp is held with one hand and positioned so that the embossing takes place at the desired location. Alternatively, the GRAVUREM Punch Grip or the GRAVUREM Safety Grip can be used here. Once the stamp is in position, strike the punch head with a suitable hammer and apply appropriate force to create the required embossing.