Stamp materials

Stamp materials


Stamp rubber "Standard" 

This is the first type of laser rubber, launched on the international market in 1998. Over a span of twenty years standard laser rubber has won the trust and approval of worldwide users.
can be engraved and cut with any type of co2 laser,
suitable for any type of stamp mounts
good for single color and multi color stamps
alcohol and water based inks resistance
outstanding engraving and impression  quality
budget friendly.





Stamp Rubber "Multiresistant"

can be used to mark any surfaces especially when use of oil-based inks is required.

Stamping with oil based inks is especially recommended for areas with high humidity, for concrete or metal to prevent from corrosion, or for absorbent surfaces where high resistance to the effects of light and weather is required.


great  strength and smoothness, resistance to high temperatures, resistance to ignition
low dust emission while it is being engraved 
resistance to oil based inks (it doesn't expand with oil based inks throughout the time it needs to be used), resistance to alcohol based inks.
suitable for single colour and multi color stamps, outstanding engraving and impression quality





NEW! The unique "no smell" laser rubber

does not emit any smell while it is being engraved. Working with this rubber will  cause no nuisance for the neighbourhood or laser operator.

The latest version of No Smell laser rubber has the following improvements:
One side is roughened to absorb the ink better
less residue after laser processing
better and faster cleaning after engraving.

free of smell
high resistance to alcohol and water - based inks
suitable for any type of stamp mounts
suitable for  single - colour and multi - color stamps
outstanding  engraving and impression quality


NEW! The colored "no smell" laser rubber for art stamps

This rubber is an ideal engraving rubber material, and not just for manufacturing the rubber dies used in office stamps.

Those stamps traditionally found in companies, schools and various other institutions now have a vast array of new uses in the form of art stamps.
Art stamps have become so popularthat they today form an established branch of the personalised products industry.
They are predominantly used to decorate albums, invitations, scrapbook cards, letter paper and boxes, as well as to give festive wishes.
They are now often used in primary schools by teachers to reward students for their good work, as well as to mark books with ex-libris stamps.