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Since the very beginning of Montreal Stencil’s inception in 1875, the rubber stamp has been at the core of our product offering. Once our largest selling product, as our company has developed and diversified, it remains an important part of our product offering. In the past years, production of rubber stamps used a vulcanization process where the rubber was molded and cured in heat presses. That process requires the production of a negative in a photographic darkroom and bakelite molds to press the uncured rubber in. We have changed with the times and today we are using state of the art laser engraving machines to directly engrave the stamp dies from rubber sheets before they get mounted in traditional rubber stamp wood handles and self-inking handles. Our standard turnaround is quick, and we offer an expedited service for an additional fee.

We offer a series of dating stamps, numbering stamps, both manual and automatic as well as ink for special applications.

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Our customer service department is ready to assist you in finding the proper marking device and inks for your application. We work with Adobe software to produce our stamps. Our file requirements can be found on our FAQ page.

Our size chart for rubber stamps is available for download.