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[Review] Infinitistamps.com


#1

After making a hand full of rings, I quickly realized the need to
start marking them with my signature. Doing some searching I came
across Infinity Stamps Incorporated (infinitystamps.com)

Using their online form, I sent in some artwork, and waiting a
couple of days (5 including the weekend), I finally called to see
whats up, apparently they dont check their email forms often enough.
So with the people on the phone, they found my file, we made some
minor corrections to the artwork to create a sharp stamp and
emailed it off once again. A day later I recieved a fax proof of my
designs (1 signature stamp, 1 material stamp), faxed it back to them
and 3 weeks later my brand spanking new stamps were in my hand.

I ordered the inside ring stamp, and it came with the bent shank,
and curved marking surface…here is a close up of the curvature.

Quickly relaizing that hand stamping with these in stainless with a
hammer is a bit on the difficult side, I modified a 1/2 arbor press
to accept the shank to gently mark the ring. Not the greatest pic,
but you get the point.

Signature mark in SS

Material mark in SS

All in all, I was extremely pleased with the quality of the stamp
and cleanliness of the impression. I was satisfied with the customer
support, although, Id highly reccomend calling them to double check
artwork if you send things via email. Turn around time (3 weeks) is
normal for them so plan accordingly. Price - around $100-$125 per
stamp.

Anyhoo, just thought food for thought,
P@
www.patpruitt.com


#2

I was wondering about marking the other jewelry with the item being
etched with the logo. It wouldn’t work on the inside of a ring,but
im thinhing about trying it out.

Eric Coleman
http://www.marking-metal.com/knife


#3
I was wondering about marking the other jewelry with the item
being etched with the logo. It wouldn't work on the inside of a
ring,but im thinhing about trying it out.
http://www.marking-metal.com/knife 

Looks like a minature EDM (electro discharge machining) of
sorts…could be fun, but the added expense of creating custom
stencils with their stencil machine is the down side. Plus it looks
like some work to make such a little mark. At $200+ I would just buy
some stamps and not mess with any of the chemicals involved.

P@
www.patpruitt.com