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Order the 2021 Date Code Stamps for Your Numberall Machine

With the first year of the new decade coming to a close, we have much to be thankful for here at Numberall. We were able to help many new and repeat customers in 2020, meet their metal marking needs, and fulfill various custom orders, including this Model 50P we modified to solve a customer’s clearance issue. Like many, we are excited to see what 2021 has in store. (more…)

The Difference Between Serializing and Simply Marking a Product

The Difference Between Serializing and Simply Marking a Product

At Numberall, we offer a diverse line of quality numbering heads with specific capabilities for serializing or simply marking a product or date code on a variety of materials. However, when determining which product will best suit our customer’s needs, we often find that it isn’t obviously clear when a serializing head is needed, versus our other consecutive marking products. (more…)

Numberall Hits Milestone with Sale of 15,000th Model 40B

Numberall Hits Milestone with Sale of 15,000th Model 40B

Numberall Team | Numberall Hits Milestone with Sale of 15,000th Model 40B

This month marked the 15,000th sale of the Model 40B, our longest-running and most popular metal stamping tool. Designed to make a consistent, long-lasting mark on nearly any flat metal surface, the 40B has been at the heart of Numberall’s business for over 80 years. The 15,000th sale was made to the maintenance department of an Alaskan hospital, where the machine will be used for key stamping. (more…)

An Overview of Roll Marking Uses and Machines

An Overview of Roll Marking Uses and Machines

An Overview of Roll Marking Uses and Machines | Numberall Blog

At Numberall, we pride ourselves in offering a diverse line of high-quality marking machines, each with their own specific use. When it comes to marking small round parts, we’ve designed specialized presses that can get the job done more efficiently and effectively, with the same accuracy and quality that our equipment has become known for throughout the 90 years we’ve been in business.

Why Use a Roll Marking Machine?

Roll marking, or cylindrical marking, is a method of marking solid or hollow round parts, such as pipes and gears. At Numberall, we design our roll marking machines specifically for light duty marking of round parts with an even depth of impression. With typical flat metal marking equipment, it can be difficult if not impossible to get an even mark across a round part. Will roll marking, the part rotates, or rolls, with the indenting device to ensure each character is distributed evenly and with the same depth of impression. Our versatile roll marking equipment can be used on a wide range of materials across many different manufacturing industries, including firearms, automotive parts, pipe fittings, and more.

What are the Roll Marking Machine Options?

At Numberall, we offer two options for roll marking equipment — the Model 301 Hand-Operated and Model 301A Air-Operated presses. Although similar, these models offer unique capabilities that make them suitable based on the volume of our customer’s marking needs.

The Model 301 is a hand operated machine which is capable of  mark round parts with characters up to 1/4” in aluminum, or 5/32” characters in mild steel. Despite its compact bench-top size, this press is able to incorporate oversized endplates for more clearance. To begin stamping, you will need a marking device. Many of our numbering heads can be used with the Model 301, including Model 23 Type Holder, Model 70P Non-Automatic Numbering Head, and Model 50P Automatic Numbering Head. Each unique numbering head offers customization when paired with the 301 roll marking press.

The Model 301A is ideal for high production application. This model uses an air cylinder for power and includes a control valve. The Model 301A can stamp characters of the same size, in the same material as the Model 301. The Model 301A can also incorporate oversized endplates for larger diameter parts — just like the Model 301. Similar to the Model 301, numbering heads, type holders, or marking dies are used in conjunction with the Model 301A. The key differentiator is that the Model 301 is air-operated rather than by hand, which allows for large scale production marking needs.

Numberall Model 301
Model 301
Numberall Model 301A
Model 301A

Can Roll Marking Machines be Customized?

No matter the shape or size of the item you want to mark, it’s likely that we can customize one of our roll marking machines to meet your needs. In addition to the oversized endplate options, Numberall has designed custom fixtures to stamp the edges of coins and medallions without marring the surfaces. We also have fixtures with interchangeable arbors for stamping hollow parts or rings. For parts with varying part diameters or stepped parts, we can modify our standard adjustable holding fixture rollers to hold the part securely when marking.

One example of our custom roll marking capabilities is an application we created to mark CO2 bottles. In this design, we created special holding fixtures to mark the neck of the bottle at an angle. To see this application in action, view our recent blog post: Numberall’s Custom Application to Mark CO2 Bottles. Our roll marking machines offer both precision and flexibility for our customers looking to indent round parts. If you would like to learn more about our roll marking machines or have questions about a custom application, contact Numberall Stamp and Tool Company today!

Custom Product Spotlight: Numberall’s Concrete Stamp

Custom Product Spotlight: Numberall’s Concrete Stamp

At Numberall Stamp and Tool, we take pride in our ability to offer high-quality stamping equipment. These stamping tools can be used to mark a variety of materials across several different industries. While we have a wide range of products that we offer, we also can create high-quality custom marking tools at our customer’s request.

Custom Product Spotlight: Numberall’s Concrete Stamp | Numberall Blog

We recently received a request by a customer looking to create a concrete stamp that could be used to imprint their logo into wet concrete. They needed something that was durable, easy to handle, and could accurately imprint concrete for a lasting mark. Our solution was a custom concrete stamp: we created a resin image of their logo in-house and attached it to a ¼” aluminum plate. The plate’s grooved round handle was designed to help the customer utilize this lightweight stamp with ease. To apply the stamp, all the customer has to do is simply push the stamp into the wet concrete to imprint their design.

Our custom concrete stamp directly met the customer’s needs — offering them a portable product that leaves a lasting impression and at a very short turnaround time. We were able to deliver the customer their product in only two weeks’ time. This custom product was created by our team of skilled craftsmen by utilizing durable lightweight materials. We chose aluminum to create this stamp because of its light weight and resistance to corrosion to help improve the product’s life span. We are proud to produce tools of the highest quality standards and manufactured right here in the United States — many of our customers are still using our products 30 years after purchase.

Our custom concrete stamps are just one way that we can customize and create products to meet your needs in a timely manner. Whether your company is looking for a metal stamping product or you are in need of a custom design for a unique application, we’d be happy to help. Contact Numberall Stamp and Tool Company today!

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