For nearly 90 years,
Numberall has provided custom stamping tools for clients around the globe. We
attribute this longevity to our high-quality marking products and also to the
hard work and commitment of our employees — some of whom have been working at
Numberall for over three decades. Topping the list is John French, who is going
on almost five full decades of employment with Numberall. To celebrate his
achievements, we’ve dedicated this staff spotlight to John and his
John French began his 49
year career at Numberall in 1970. While John started out in a machine shop in
Waterville, he soon found himself wishing to cut back on his commute. Numberall
was closer, and the rest is history. Since 1970, John has held several
positions at Numberall, getting his hands on nearly every piece of equipment
Numberall has and developing a broad skill set. John has operated surface
grinders, Blanchard grinders, milling machines, and drill presses, to name a
few. This versatility, combined with a willingness to take on new tasks, has
made John one of Numberall’s most valued employees. While day-to-day John works
with a variety of machines depending on project needs, his favorite is the
milling machine, where he gets to see products come to life through the
old-fashioned processes he’s known and used his whole career. Above all else,
John takes pride in making modern, high-quality products using tools such as
these, and is always ready to overcome any challenge that comes his way.
As the longest-standing
Numberall employee, John has seen many changes in the building and operations,
as well as three generations of Bayerdorffer leadership. However, he isn’t in
poor company — many Numberall employees have been with our team for 35 years or
more, creating a tight-knit team that feels like a family. This feeling of
“togetherness” is one reason that John has dedicated almost 50 years to working
at Numberall. He says that working at Numberall is a true team effort — working
together to understand projects and meet each client’s needs. John is an
integral part of our team at Numberall and the togetherness that John explains
is one of the many reasons why we have been able to produce marking equipment
for 89 years.
Here at Numberall, we know
that marking devices can be costly for small and large businesses alike. At
times, it may seem like a more cost-effective strategy to purchase low priced
tools that will “get the job done.” However, you might be surprised
to find that even businesses with low production demand end up saving money in
the long run when they use Numberall equipment, especially with our line of
presses. Compared to others on the market, Numberall’s presses are
significantly higher quality, can save valuable floor space, and offer
versatility for a number of marking uses.
We prioritize quality to
ensure that our customers have products designed to last a lifetime. You’ll
find that many imported presses are made using round column construction with a
spring release marking force, which may result in a harsh impact shock.
However, Numberall’s presses are built with cast iron “C” frames for
distortion-free stamping with a smooth, static non-impact marking force. The
large quick-change dovetail ram evenly distributes the marking force across the
marking device frame with minimal stress. We also pride ourselves on the fact
that Numberall’s presses do not have die cast parts. It’s because of the
durable design that consumers will be guaranteed their Numberall press will
last longer than competitors and produce a better mark.
Numberall’s bench-top presses are not only higher quality, but are economical as well. The Model 136A is just one example of an economical press which offers benchtop mounting capabilities in order to save valuable floor space and keep larger presses free for other work. This press has a compact design and can be easily mounted on a workbench for easy and efficient marking. With more space for other projects, our customers will be able to increase productivity in the workplace.
At Numberall, we know that
compatibility and versatility are important factors to our consumers when
purchasing equipment, which is why our presses are designed for virtually any
product. Our presses’ capabilities range from marking nameplates and other flat
objects to marking round parts with even impressions. We even help to increase
compatibility by developing custom parts and fully servicing all products, even
those dating back to the 1930s–a benefit that our competitors do not offer.
We realize that cost is an
important factor in your decision-making process, but when it comes to metal
marking equipment that you’ll use for years to come, purchasing durable,
economical, and versatile presses like ours is actually less expensive in the
long run. Even businesses with low marking production will find the benefits of
Numberall’s presses to be unmatched.
For more information about
our presses, or to request a quote, please contact us. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you have
about our products or services.
At Numberall, we value our
customers and have a long history of manufacturing quality and durable marking
products. This is one of the many reasons why we enjoy attending EASTEC in West
Springfield, Massachusetts. By participating in EASTEC, we have the opportunity
to personally meet with many of our customers and learn more about their needs.
Our goal is to continue to provide quality solutions to your metal marking
EASTEC 2019 will feature
over 700 exhibitors, technical presentations, workshops, and keynote speakers,
which makes it the perfect place to advance your manufacturing expertise, learn
from industry-leading suppliers, and discover new manufacturing trends. If you
have any involvement in the manufacturing industry, this is a must-attend event!
This year, we welcome you
to visit us at booth #1142 where we’ll have examples of our marking tools that
you can handle, in addition to various sample parts that have been marked with
Numberall equipment. Come see some of our popular equipment in action, such as
the Model 40B, the Model 301A with Model 50P stamping round parts, and the Model 136A stamping screwdriver handles. Daniel, Alexander, and Rick will be in attendance and will be happy
to meet you and discuss your marking needs. We encourage you to bring a sample
of your product if you have a specific marking application that you would like
to discuss. You can also take home a copy of our product catalog, complete with pricing and a length of impression ruler for reference.
Join us at EASTEC 2019 on May 14th-16th for FREE!
Visit our landing page on the EASTEC website to
claim a free floor pass and make sure to stop by our booth #1142 to learn more
about Numberall Stamp & Tool Co. We look forward to seeing you there!
it comes to metal marking, we know that there are a number of different
considerations to find the best fit for your marking needs. Whether it’s high
volume consecutive marking, or low volume marking, Numberall has equipment that can
help you mark efficiently and effectively. At Numberall, we want your decision
to be easy, which is why we make it our priority to offer a number of benefits
for you, our customer.
Numberall, our products are made to the highest quality standards. All tool
steel that Numberall uses is certified for quality and origin to ensure every
product meets our high standards. The result: many of our customers are still
using our marking equipment over 30 years later – a testament to the quality of
we know that each of our customers has a unique need for our tools, we offer
the ability to customize our products to work with existing equipment. We can
also create custom fixtures for marking odd shapes and sizes. The Model 301A custom holding fixture
we designed and created to mark CO2 bottles is a perfect example of our versatility and commitment to find
solutions for our customers.
Made in the USA
Numberall, our products are made in the United States and we stand behind them without
hesitation. While imported products have a typical eight to twelve-week lead
time, Numberall’s products have a much more rapid production time and can be
ready to serve your business much quicker. On top of this, our customer service
department is located right here in the U.S., making it easy to answer any
comments or concerns you may have about our products.
you’re thinking about purchasing new metal marking equipment, consider these
benefits. We realize that cost is an important factor in your decision-making
process, but when it comes to metal marking equipment that you’ll use for years
to come, purchasing durable products like ours is actually less expensive in
the long run. Think about the benefits of our durable, custom, American Made
products, and remember, we’re here to make sure you get exactly what you need.
For more information about our products, please
contact us. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you
have about our products.
From the very beginning, Numberall
has been a family-owned and operated business. In
1930 Max Bayerdorffer founded Numberall, and over the next 89 years the
Bayerdorffer family has been at the heart of the business, passing the
torch from one generation to the next. The latest is Alexander, Max’s great
grandson, who started working at Numberall full-time just two years ago– but
his history with the company goes back much further than that.
Growing up, Alexander always knew
he wanted to work at Numberall. As early as age 6, Alexander was already
sweeping the floor and stuffing product catalogs to earn a bit of pocket money.
By middle school, he was assembling rotary stamps just the
same as Bayerdorffers four generations before him, taking pride in his ability
to assemble stamping tools in under a minute’s time. His passion continued to
grow in high school, when he started working summers and study halls for work
experience, rotating into different shop departments to gain first-hand
knowledge of every process and product in the shop. In college, Alexander
studied mechanical engineering to further his understanding of machining, and
when he came back he spent time in the Numberall front office to understand how
the flow of paperwork affected the business, from quotes to sales to
Today, Alexander spends his days creating drawings and schematics, programming software, and designing products, as well as taking older Numberall designs from paper to digital. One recent project Alexander worked on was an order of custom CO2 bottle marking equipment, requiring the customization of Numberall’s Model 301A roll marking press to fit the customer’s needs. When the company received this order, Alexander took charge of the process from design to product creation, ensuring that the client received a product that fit their specifications.
For Alexander, it’s this part of
the job that’s most fulfilling. “Every single day I get to do something
brand new, whether it’s a new product, finding old drawings and giving them new
life, or finding ways for the employees to have easier jobs. My job allows me
to do something new everyday and that’s what I love about it.”
It’s this same sense of dedication
and love of exploration that sets Alexander apart and carries on the
Bayerdorffer legacy. We here at Numberall look forward to Alexander’s continued
growth as he moves forward into his engineering career.
Numberall Stamp and Tool Company is
proud to offer high-quality stamping equipment to mark a number of materials in
many different industries. Despite our versatile product line, we often are
tasked with creating a custom marking application for a customer who has a
unique marking need.
We recently had a customer reach out to us who needed to mark CO2 bottles. While our standard Model 301-A roll marking press is the best solution for marking cylindrical products, our customer required the mark to be angled on the neck of the bottle. Numberall’s solution was the design of two special holding fixtures to accommodate different sizes of CO2 bottles, utilizing our standard 301-A Press.
Numberall’s design makes marking the bottle simple. The operator places the bottle on the holding fixture and tightens the bolts in place on the bottom and sides of the bottle using an Allen wrench. To mark different points on the bottle, the fixture can be rotated. The knob at the top allows easy adjustment of the depth of impression by first setting the touch point on the center of the bottle and then giving the knob a half to a three quarter turn to tighten. The 301-A press uses simple air operation to mark the bottle in just a few seconds. Two set screws can be loosened to interchange fixtures to accommodate a different bottle size.
To see our custom marking solution in action, view the video below:
Our custom application for marking
CO2 bottles is just one example of the many ways we can customize our products
to meet your needs. If you’re not sure which product will work best for you, or
if you’d like to discuss a custom solution, contact Numberall Stamp and Tool