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Professional Engineer Self Inking Rubber Stamp of Seal
Self Inking PE Stamp

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free electronic seal FREE JPG, TIF and DXF electronic seals included with purchase
List Price: $45.00
Our Price: $39.95
Online Sale Price: $39.95
Savings: $5.05

Availability: This product typically ships in 1 to 2 business days
Product Code: 3006ENG


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The Self Inking Engineer Stamp is a self inking stamp made out of soft, yet durable synthetics to give the stamp a comfortable feel. Stamping pads can be changed quickly or re-inked for thousands of more quality rubber stamp impressions. The professional engineer stamp will make about 5,000 stamp impressions and is available in 11 ink choices. All engineering stamps are made to your state specifications which can vary from 1-5/8" diameter to a 2" inch diameter impression area. We do offer a guarantee that our seals will meet your state specifications. You will also receive a complimentary PE Stamp e-seal which is sent to you in email as tiff, jpg and dxf files.
Product Highlights
  • Easy to Use, works in a Press and Print manner
  • Laser Engraved stamp gives a crisp and clean quality impression
  • Up to 5,000 impressions before needing to re-ink
  • Available in your choice of 11 bold Ink Colors
  • Stamped Size approximate 1-5/8" to 2" depending on state specifications
  • Courtesy eSeal emailed as DXF, JPG & TIF files with purchase
  • 100% Guarantee to meet your State Board specifications

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 76 Write a review »

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WYOMING PE Stamps August 29, 2016
Reviewer: Heidi Robinson from Sheridan, WY United States  
Just an FYI for Wyoming: this state no longer accepts specific disciplines on stamps.

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Always Efficient August 24, 2016
Reviewer: Melissa Zeis from Fargo, ND United States  
The Acorn products are always high quality, but more importantly my orders are always processed efficiently and have them when I need them.

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Quick and Easy Ordering August 16, 2016
Reviewer: RLS from Ypsilanti, MI United States  
I needed a seal for my recently issued PE.  This web site was quick and easy compared to several other's I visited looking for a quick turn around.  I had the electronic files the next day and my stamp a few days later.

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self inking PE stamp August 11, 2016
Reviewer: Todd Potas from Saint Paul, MN United States  
Happy with the stamp delivery and quality of the product.

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Lacking Quality... August 10, 2016
Reviewer: Matt Owings from Street, MD United States  
The .tiff file is quite blurry, and .jpeg is not clear.  When I opened up the .dxf file in CADD, it appears that the lines are blurred and distorted, and the line work is not clear. The reason I went with Acorn was the included .dxf file to create high quality images. Acorn was recommended by someone with seal in .dxf format (same state), from Acorn, and the line work is exceptionally clear. I realize that the state seal now has a few more intricate lines, but I was under the impression my seal would be of similar quality.

As for the stamp, it arrived in a timely manner; however, there were a few issues. One of the 'feet' of the bottom of the stamp is missing, which allows the stamp to press diagonally, making the impression darker on one side. Also, the quality of the linework on the state seal is similar to the .dxf file as it also lacks the detail.

Competitor’s prices are typically cheaper, but I thought that I would get the quality by paying a premium.

Matt, We received and responded to your email. We hope you received it. Your eseals are created in Corel and then exported out as JPG, TIF and DXF files. We happily sent them out again as all three files should look the same. If your DXF file is distorted, it could be the version of CADD you are using or the settings that could be an issue. Most often, simply sending the file again will fix the issue. We did ask for you to send a picture about missing foot on the actual stamp. Your stamp is under warranty for 180 days and we would like the chance to fix this for you. - Acorn Sales

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