Numberall (Sangerville, ME) offers several roll marking, bench top and numbering and lettering presses to meet the varying needs of its customers. Some models are available in hand-operated, air-operated and motorized versions to suit a number of different situations. Specifics include:
- Roll Marking Presses: For light duty marking of round parts with an even depth of impression, our roll marking presses, the Model 301 Hand-Operated or 301A Air-Operated, are the appropriate machines. These economical presses are built for industrial applications—you can stamp characters up to 1/4” in aluminum and 5/32″ characters in mild steel.
- Bench Top Presses: The bench top presses are designed to quickly mark name plates and other flat objects without taking up valuable floor space. Built with cast iron “C” frames for distortion-free stamping, they bench top presses evenly distribute the marking force across the marking device frame with minimal stress. Bench top models come in hand-operated, air-operated, and motorized versions. Some customers may prefer the convenience of a motorized press to reduce operator fatigue, however our air-operated models offer low maintenance with very few moving parts.
- Numbering & Lettering Presses: numbering and lettering flat metal parts, the Model 40B and Model 94 presses offer high quality construction with minimal operator effort. The Model 40B can stamp from 1/16” to 3/16” character size, depending on material. The Model 94 is better suited for thicker parts and larger characters, from 1/8” to 3/8” character size.