How Rubber Stamps are Made
Ever wonder how a Custom Rubber Stamp is made? Our stamps undergo a 13 step process from start to finish. We make everything by hand with the help of some of our favorite power tools.
Each stamp base is made of Walnut hardwood, sourced from our local lumber yard in Austin, Texas. We bring back these huge planks and mill them down into small, hand held stamp bases. We use a Dewalt miter saw and Rigid table saw for our cuts and then a belt sander and drill press from Ryobi for finishing.
We then engrave the highest quality rubber available with our Trotec and Epilog laser engravers. This gives us precise, high resolution impressions every time.
We finish things off with a hand-painted handle to make a completely unique stamp.