The automatic ink pads are composed of a frame, an ink cassette and a rubber plate on which are engraved your text, logo ...
In the event of a change of address, or email address ... no need to buy a complete stamp, the rubber imprint is replaceable, in addition it is an ecological gesture!
How to change the rubber imprint of a stamp
This rubber imprint is adaptable to any brand:
Trodat, Colop, Shiny ...
When you change the impression, we recommend that you change the ink cassette, because as you use it, your plate imprint will mark your old cassette.
Below is a video which explains how to change a rubber impression.
Quick turnaround: place your order online, your stamp is made and shipped during the day.
Choose the rubber impression model that matches your stamp:
Change the rubber imprint of your stamp, If you want a cheap stamp this is a solution!
There is a change for your company, address, phone, new website. You already have a tampon, and you do not want to buy a complete case? Tootampon offers you to replace only the rubber imprint of your company stamp, your round stamp or your medical stamp
To remove your old custom rubber plate, lock your case in the down position, then hold it in place. With the tip of a cutter, for example, peel off the old plate.
Next, remove the protective film from your new personalized impression and place it on the plastic sole of your trodat stamp, taking care to position it in the right direction. Replace the ink cassette if necessary for your stamp as recommended above. Your stamp has regained a second youth!
To order a new imprint, it's easy, just choose the number of lines you want, and when entering the text, with the drop-down menu choose the reference of your stamp: for example "Trodat 4913 = 58 x 23mm ”.
Available for the majority of Trodat stamps, if you cannot find your reference or if it is another stamp brand such as Colop or Shiny you can choose "I specify the size by mail".
The rubber imprints are supplied with a self-adhesive film allowing you to install it very easily.
Your stamp must allow your interlocutors to identify you.