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Ink Stamp [message #49211] Thu, 31 May 2012 05:53 UTC Go to next message
avatar PlainOrb  is currently offline PlainOrb
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Hi, anyone knows which material is good for ink stamp ?

Re: Ink Stamp [message #49225 is a reply to message #49211 ] Thu, 31 May 2012 14:02 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar Roy_Stevens  is currently offline Roy_Stevens
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The new rubber might work, but it appears that it might be too flexible for a clear transfer. Everything else will be too inflexible. A good ink stamp uses a medium durometer rubber. They aren't very expensive to have made from 2D cad or vector art drawings, they are usually laser-engraved from blanks.

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Re: Ink Stamp [message #49354 is a reply to message #49225 ] Sun, 03 June 2012 04:09 UTC Go to previous message
avatar OracleofWuffing  is currently offline OracleofWuffing
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I don't know how well it stands up to other options, but here's a topic where someone used Sugru to make a working Ink Stamp out of a Shapeways 3D Printed negative.

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