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Need to Mark Keys or Pet Tags? Custom Nests Offer a Perfect Fit

Sometimes the objects you need marked aren’t in the most convenient shapes. Squares and rectangles are easily marked with a Model 113 Strip Holder, a fixture that is able to hold rectangular-shaped tags, but irregular shapes, such as circles, dog bones, paw prints and...

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Why You Should Choose Indent Marking for Your UID

A UID, or unique identifier, is used on various objects for a specific purpose. Three types of UIDs include serial numbers, random numbers and names or codes. These UIDs are sometimes required by law, or are used for internal organizational systems. For example, UID...

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5 Videos of Numberall Machines in Action

Are you a buyer who prefers to shop with visual aids? If so, we at Numberall Stamp and Tool Co., Inc. have developed a variety of videos of Numberall machines. From the Numberall 40B, our most popular metal marking machine, to the Model 50P, for stamping serial...

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How to Order the Model 40B

Are you interested in ordering a machine, but not sure where to start? If you’ve been wondering how to order the Model 40B, or any other machine, this blog series will help guide you through the process. We’ll start this series with information about how to order the...

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The Pros and Cons of Ink Marking Your Products

We often receive questions about different marking methods and why they’re effective. From hot stamping for branding products and ink marking, which sprays a stream of ink onto the product, to dot marking, a micro-percussion marking technology, there are multiple ways...

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Why You Should Use Steel Stamps for Marking

Steel stamps are a tried and true tool used for marking material. We’ve been making steel stamps for marking since our inception in 1930, and they have remained one of the best marking options for hard, continuous use.   Numberall's Standard Hand Stamps are...

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