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Saponifier resistant ink? Our wash process is washing off stamps

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#50447

Saponifier resistant ink? Our wash process is washing off stamps | 30 May, 2007

Various processes throughout the factory will use a stamp to signify ICT has been completed or QA has been done. The problem we are having is once the boards have made it through all the steps and have the stamps on them signifying who did what; the wash removes the stamp completely. Is there a type of ink that we'd be able to use that would make it through the Saponifier wash process?

Thanks

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#50453

Saponifier resistant ink? Our wash process is washing off stamps | 31 May, 2007

The following make inspection stamps. They may be able to help: * VRS Marking; 567 Camino Mercado Ste. A, Arroyo Grande, CA 93420; 800-782-6790 805-481-9787 F800-743-3135 F805-474-1238 contactvrs@vrsmarking.com vrsmarking.com * Des Moines Rubber Stamp Works; 851 6th Ave. Des Moines, IA 50309 or Box 1798 Des Moines, IA 50306; 800-782-6763 F888-236-7739 dmstamp.com * Carolina Stamp & Engraving Company; 1417 Norwood St SW, Lenoir, NC 28645; 877-759-0132 828-759-0132 F877-759-0133 F828-759-0133 carolinastamp.com

What does your saponifier supplier suggest?

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#50466

Saponifier resistant ink? Our wash process is washing off stamps | 31 May, 2007

You need to switch to an alcohol based stamp. It will work cause that's what we use.

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