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From the small hand-held embosser to the large industrial electric embosser, we make them all and have for the past 50 years. Check out our embosser section to learn tips, basic embosser instructions and how to keep your embosser safe.

Essential Information Regarding the Delaware Engineer Embossing Stamp

Every person who is a licensed engineer in the state of Delaware needs to obtain a Delaware engineer embossing stamp. Normally, the stamp is bought after the license has been obtained by the engineer. The design has been set and authorized by the Council, and all seals and stamps needs to meet these specific requirements.…

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How to Properly Use the Connecticut Engineer Embossing Seal

Once an engineer obtains their license in the state of Connecticut, they are required by the board to purchase a Connecticut engineer embossing seal. The seal may be a rubber stamp or an embossing seal, depending on which the licensee chooses. The diameter of seal must be 1 and ½ inches in size. If the…

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Things You Need to Know for Colorado Engineer Embossing

The Colorado engineer embossing seal is approved by the State Board of Licensure for Architects, Professional Engineers, and Professional Land Surveyors. Under Section 12-25-117(1), the seal may be the rubber stamp type, computer generated, or the crimp type. The diameter for the Colorado engineer embossing seal should have an outer circle of 1 and 5/8…

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Learn About the Alaska Engineer Embosser Seal

Engineers working in Alaska are required to seal documents with a specific Alaska engineer embosser seal. Each registrant must follow certain specifications of the seal design in order to properly practice under the Alaskan state law.  While there is no size specified for the Alaska engineer embosser seal, most are two inches in diameter. The…

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What You Need to Know About Using an Alabama Engineer Embosser

Alabama state law requires a seal made with an Alabama engineer embosser or a stamp on all professional engineering documents. The Alabama engineer embosser or stamp needs to meet certain standards and criteria for the document to be official. Other states require a similar sealing process; however, the pattern and specifications will be different depending…

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Why Shop with Acorn

If you wish to purchase any of the incorporation kit options we have discussed here, then you don’t need to look any further than Acorn Sales. We have a longstanding reputation of providing quality products. Our embossers include a lifetime guarantee so that you can count of them time and again for your business. We…

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Different Types of Embosser Seal Models

If you’re looking at buying an embosser, there are lots of different types of embossers that you can choose from. The pocket seal embossers are hand held seals and work great for those always on the go. They’re extremely portable and they’re the least expensive option. You are using your hand strength to use these seals so…

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Changing an Insert in a Motorized Electric Embosser

Today we’re going to look at how to change an insert with your Perfect Seal Motorized Embosser. It can be really easy to do once you know how to do it. So what you’re going to do is you’re going to use the rocker switch. The rocker switch is the same switch that you use…

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Wyoming PE Embossers and Seals for Engineers

The Requirements In Wyoming, every engineer is required to have a state seal or rubber stamp, acquired at his or her own expense, to apply to all paperwork. The stamp or seal must conform to the rules and regulations that are sent out by the Engineering Board in the State of Wyoming. However, there is…

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