The Importance of Seal Impression Inkers in the Modern Age
The general thrust of notarial requirements seems more-and-more to phase out the use of traditional hand and desk seal embossers. Creating a raised impression of your state’s required information, this has been the traditional method of authenticating notarial acts.
We know nothing beats the elegant, physical feeling using an embosser gives. This is not in dispute. But while the air of gravitas we receive from an embosser makes it important to us, it is also its weakness in the modern age.
You have noticed the increasing relevance of digital methods in the workplace. Notarizations are no different. If your state does not require it already, chances are sometime in the future legislation will be introduced demanding seals be reproducible. A general, embossed image will not meet this requirement.
This is where the importance of a seal impression inker activates. Simply rub over the raised impression created by an embosser and the image is now darkened, suitable for reproduction. Make scans, copies, JPEGs for emails, images to drop-in to PDFs.
We understand the demand for continued, elegant representations of your official notary seal. Impression inkers allow the use of traditional embossers to maintain consistency with modern workplaces placing a premium on storage, security, and transport of digital records. Create the crisp, embossed impressions you always have with confidence in their relevance on the future notarial landscape.