Stamp Mounter

Join parts to assemble rubber handstamps.

What does a Stamp Mounter do?

Joins parts, such as mounts, dies, and handles, to assemble rubber handstamps: Measures and marks wood mount and cuts woodstock for stamp mounts, using circular table saw. Positions and holds wooden mount on table, under bit of boring machine and pulls lever or depresses pedal to lower bit into mount, drilling hole for stamp handle. Hammers stamp handle into hole in mount. Cuts out and trims rubber die from multistamp molded sheet, using scissors. Brushes cement onto back of rubber die and bottom of mount and positions and presses die onto mount. Applies ink to stamp die and stamps die onto paper, forming identification label. Inserts label between plastic facing and top or side of stamp mount.