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Rubber stamp

Rubber die, also known as die pressing, is a process of applying a certain type of ink made of dye or pigment to an image or pattern that has been engraved, molded, laser engraved or vulcanized on a rubber plate. Rubber is usually installed on more stable objects, such as wood, bricks or acrylic blocks. More and more vulcanized rubber images with sticky foam backing are attached to vinyl lining so that they can be used together with acrylic handle. These pasted rubber stamps can be stored in a smaller space and are usually cheaper than wood mounted stamps. Since the die can see through the handle used, they can also be positioned with higher accuracy. Temporary stamps with simple design can be carved from potatoes. The ink coated rubber stamp is pressed on any type of medium to transfer the color image to the medium. The medium is usually some type of fabric or paper. Other media used are wood, metal, glass, plastic and rock. Large capacity batik uses liquid wax instead of ink on metal stamps.

There are three types of rubber stamps on sale: those for office use, those for decorative items or those for children's toys.