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Embossing Seal

Embossing Seal

Embossing Seal

I've just gotten licensed in New Jersey, where I will need to use an embossing seal.  I'm undecided as to whether to purchase a desk model or a pocket (hand) model.  I actually own one of each for other states which don't require thier use.  The desk model seems clumsy, but I can't imagine sealing 12 sets of drawings with the pocket model.  Can anyone recommend which of these devices to purchase?

RE: Embossing Seal

If you have both - then you are in ther best position to decide...both suck

RE: Embossing Seal

No Mike - they compress...

Mike McCann
MMC Engineering

RE: Embossing Seal

Good point!!

RE: Embossing Seal

Plan sheets are too big to maneuver around for using a desk model.  I use the pocket embosser.  It will help develop your forearms and grip.

RE: Embossing Seal


Good.  Erasing my mistakes used to provide plenty of excercise.  The delete key just doesn't do it.

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