Protocase manufactures fully finished custom electronic enclosures and associated parts from a wide variety of materials and components, in 2-3 days with no minimum order. Protocase also provides expert and affordable enclosure design services.
Materials, Components & Finishes
Rubber stamping is one of several ways you can permanently label or mark your enclosure or part using number and/or letter combinations.
Part marking is especially useful for serialization and traceability.
Rubber stamping is done by creating letter and number combinations using stamps, then applying directly onto an enclosure or part using permanent ink.
Characters on rubber stamps measure approximately 0.150" (3.81mm) tall.
The stamp bodies themselves measure 0.157" (3.99mm) wide by 0.279" (7.09mm) tall.
Information required when placing an order:
When placing an order wherein you require rubber stamping, please ensure you provide us with all of the information we need:
- Characters to be stamped
- Specific location of the text (in particular, the location of the first character)
MIL-STD-130 (Table II)
Rubber Stamping is a permanent part marking method which is recommended for applications requiring MIL-STD-130 (Table II).
This standard provides criteria for the selection of the application process, as well as all other specific requirements that will be part of the deliverable item, such as marking protocol, content, font size, type, location, etc.
Simply stating in the product definition data that the marking be in accordance with MIL-STD-130 is not sufficient. The item identification marking requirements must be determined by the Design and/or Acquiring Activity in their contractual instruments, and tailored to meet the needs of their specific application.
Protocase is recognized solely and exclusively as the Manufacturer.
The customer is recognized as the Design Activity. They retain full design and quality assurance control, as well as full responsibility to the acquiring activity for the delivered product.