by Numberall | Dec 3, 2020 | Blog, Hand Stamps, Type & Type Holders
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…)
by Editor | Aug 25, 2020 | Blog, Marking Devices
Numberall has many choices for the Model 23P Type Holder. Not just character size and capacity, but we can modify the Model 23P for just about any type of marking. (more…)
by Editor | Jul 1, 2020 | Automatic, Numbering Heads
Numberall can modify any of our marking tools. In this application our customer asked us to produce our Model 50P to fit a specific area. (more…)
by Editor | Jun 24, 2020 | Automatic, Numbering Heads
Numberall repairs and rebuilds their products. A few weeks ago, we received a Model 50P for repair. It just needed a couple parts, cleaning & oiling. In continuous use since 1947. How many manufacturers can supply parts and repair 73 year old tools? We shipped it, the day after the customer approved the quote. A testimony to Numberall’s quality and support. As always Made in USA!
by Editor | May 28, 2020 | Automatic, Numbering Heads
Numberall has just shipped a custom Model 50P for stamping serial numbers. We had to make additional angled clearance cuts, change the return springs from a coil to an extension style, put a large character on a smaller wheel design. Our customer had clearance issues that was solved with some creative engineering. As always, Made in USA!!
by Editor | May 19, 2020 | Bench Presses, Type & Type Holders
What’s cooler than a picture of the world’s oldest known Ferrari?
ANSWER: The same Ferrari with a Numberall press in the foreground!!
Numberall has customers from every industry you can imagine. It’s always neat to see our products being used in something special. Our products aren’t used in the Ferrari, but they are being used in SCG custom built cars.
Here is a link to a story on Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus,
Very nice article with more photos of Numberall products with exotic cars.