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AAMStamp TITAN-2000 Stamping Machine
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AAMStamp TITAN-2000 Stamping Machine

AAMStamp TITAN-2000 Stamping Machine

Part #: AAM-TITAN-2000
5 Questions, 5 Answers
Brand: Aamstamp

Your Price: $4,390.00

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Main Features:
  • Foot switch operated.
  • Dual OSHA Photo-Optic hand switches available.
  • Fast and convenient foil loading.
  • Easy disposal of used foil through rear of the machine.

ProductDescription

The AAmstamp TITAN-2000 Stamping Machine is their most capable and powerful machine. It is useful for leather embossing, large deep etch printing and any application that requires greater print pressure. This TITAN-2000 Stamping Machine is perfect for printing on everything from paper, stationary, pencils, napkins, greeting cards, portfolios, leather goods, wood products, Mylar balloons, plastic and more. AAmstamp's strongest air cylinder provides a full one ton (2,000 lbs.) of printing pressure (5.5" x 5" print area) and is perfect for large prints and for leather embossing. Foot switch included. Automatic foil feed included. Part Number is AAM-TITAN-2000.

Product Details

  • Foot switch operated.
  • Dual OSHA Photo-Optic hand switches available.
  • Fast and convenient foil loading.
  • Easy disposal of used foil through rear of the machine.
  • Counter option available.
  • User friendly accessories: all machined to aerospace tolerances.
  • All 100% made in the U.S.A.
  • Fully warranted for 3 years (Extended warranty available).

ItemSpecifications

  • Print Area: 5.5" x 5"
  • Throat Depth: 7 1/2"
  • Foil Feed: 0-7.0"
  • Cycles: Up to 3,600 imprint cycles per hour
  • Warm up time: under 3 minutes
  • Warranty: 3 Years

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: This is a video demonstration of the Aamstamp 2000, this is the Titan—air compression setup, an upgrade of the manual M-2000.
It all starts with a custom made stamp, this is the largest plaque.
Screw it into place and insert it into the machine.
With the titan, in the back is an air compressor hookup, which should be able to handle at least 120 psi. You can control the pressure on the added top unit.
There are three ways to press the stamp down: with a handle, a foot pedal, or the two handed button(sold separate, but much safer).
To adjust how much foil is cycled through with every ...
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This is a video demonstration of the Aamstamp 2000, this is the Titan—air compression setup, an upgrade of the manual M-2000.

It all starts with a custom made stamp, this is the largest plaque.

Screw it into place and insert it into the machine.

With the titan, in the back is an air compressor hookup, which should be able to handle at least 120 psi. You can control the pressure on the added top unit.

There are three ways to press the stamp down: with a handle, a foot pedal, or the two handed button(sold separate, but much safer).

To adjust how much foil is cycled through with every stamp, adjust this side control. This is about 5 inches, and this is closer to a centimeter run.

The entire table is adjustable to easily move for different sized stamp plates. It comes with a rubber pad to place on the table, or you can create your own.

Switching foil is simple. Cut the foil in the back and roll it up, then push the holding shaft out. Insert the shaft into a new roll and thread it through the machines, under both guide bars.

To release the collection and tension wheel, pull on this lever.

This right control in the front is the “Dwell”. This determines how long the stamp will press on your project until it is released.

And below the table is the temperature adjustment controls.

Unlike laminating foil, which does not support textures, with the foil stamp you can foil a large variety of textured materials directly onto the project.

Questions & Answers
Q:
I see in the video he used a metal plate for the stamp machine, but I was just wondering how do you create the metal plate and if you guys supply the materials and equipment to create metal plates?
Asked by Jason
A:
Thank you for your questions. Type face die sets are available in a variety fonts. We don not sell the machines needed to tool custom metal dies but we are able to have a custom die made. Reach out to our Customer Service department at 1-800-944-4573 and we can help get one going for you.

Answered by MyBinding 1 months ago
Q:
Aside from PSI, how many gallons should your compressor hold to work with this machine?
Asked by Monika
A:
Thank you for your question. We reached out to Aamstamp and they recommend a 5 gallon tank on the compressor to be used with the AAMStamp TITAN-2000 Stamping Machine.

Answered by MyBinding 3 months ago
Q:
Can this machine do embossing and foil stamping?Is the difference just a different die without foil?
Asked by Peter Sherry
A:
Thank you for your question. The AAMStamp TITAN-2000 Stamping Machine would be able to emboss. That is correct, you would just use a die without foil to emboss.

Answered by MyBinding 8 months ago
Q:
What is the difference between the AIR Stamping Machine and the TITAN? (Sorry, worded my first question for the AIR)
Asked by Kendra
A:
The TITAN 2000 stamp can apply a full ton of force with is twice that of the AIR 2000 which gives it more flexibility in the type of stock that it can work with and images it can impress. It also has a shorter warm up time (3 minutes vs 5 minutes) and a larger Print area ( 5.5" x 5" vs 4" x 5").

Answered by MyBinding.com 2 years and 9 months ago ago
Q:
What is the difference between this and the Titan Stamping Machine?
Asked by Caitlyn
A:
I don"t really understand your question. This is the only Titan Stamping Machine that we carry. Can you please clarify and I will do my best to assist you.

Answered by MyBinding.com 2 years and 9 months ago ago
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