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Style of PE stamp

Style of PE stamp

Style of PE stamp

(OP)
I just received notice of passing the PE exam and I now need to get my seal.

Everyone in the office uses stamp and pad.  However, I think I would preferr a self-inking stamp.  My only concern is do they hold up to the use of a PE.  Does anyone have experiance with the self-inking that might steer me away?

Thanks for the input on such a trivial matter.

RE: Style of PE stamp

Congratulations on reaching such an important milestone in your career.

In Canada we are required to buy our stamps through the associations. They are never self-stamping but I would imagine that you could modify one.

A self-inking stamp is really a small inkpad self-contained with the stamp.

My experience with self-inking stamps is that they will eventually dry out and need some sort of refreshing. It depends on how much usage you expect.

I’d go with the simple stamp and pad combination. In a pinch you can take a marker pen and use that to ink the stamp.

Rick Kitson MBA P.Eng

Construction Project Management
From conception to completion
www.kitsonengineering.com

RE: Style of PE stamp

A consultant makes at least $50/h.  A rubber-stamp is between $4.- and $9.-.  Any businessman must take some
risk. Can you afford to risk 5 to 10 minutes ?
Of your own, too ?

<nbucska@pcperipherals.com>

RE: Style of PE stamp

Use APlus Stamps. They have different stamps for each state, based on each state's specifications, usually in regular stamp, self-inking, and pre-inked models.

http://www.aplusstamps.com/engineers/engineerselect.htm...

The best is sef-inking, followed by pre-inked. The standard cheapo regular stamp requires a stamp pad for use.

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