Stamping Company Logos on Ebonite & Acrylic Stems (video set)

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georged

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https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFwwtvtKlXW9tCosB28VlGO-x_PRwQN-a

 

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Fascinating! I always love the creativity in assembling the right tools to get the job done properly.

I would have also guessed the stamp was heated and melted into the stem, versus pressure like a wood stamp.

Thanks for sharing!

 

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georged

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I would have also guessed the stamp was heated and melted into the stem, versus pressure like a wood stamp.
There's nothing that heating would improve, but it would definitely add complexity and expense (to a factory workstation), so I doubt any company anywhere ever did things that way. The old joke "An ingenious solution to a non-existent problem" comes immediately to mind. :lol:

 

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