The embossing seal serves many purposes which may be required by law. It is difficult to guarantee that the documents may be tampered with or used for fraudulent purposes. It is difficult to counterfeit the embossed image and therefore it cannot be copied and used for unfair practices. Notarizing is also necessary for documents which are destined to be sent overseas. In such cases, the embosser is used in conjunction with a notary seal to make it authentic and genuine.
To make a notary seal embosser, the seal has to be bought from a manufacturer who produces seals. It usually includes a handle, metal seal die, insert and double stick tape wafer. The next step is to enter the important and necessary information for engraving. It is normally a computer-based engraving system where the information is gathered for making the seal.
The metal die is placed in the engraving machine and the computer based program directs the machine for cutting the appropriate designs. The metal die is then cleaned and a counter black plastic copy is made. The counter copy is generally made by injection molding but there are different ways to make it. The plastic copy contains raised letters which represents the seal.
If the manufacturer has the right machinery, then it should not take more than 15 minutes to cut and assemble the die to make the seal embosser. Many online stores have a variety of seals which can be used to make such embossers.