Stamprite Machine was established in 1982 by Steve Willard, who began his career in 1966 designing a variety of hot stamp systems for a now defunct company. In 1992, Steve Willard Jr. joined the company, bringing with him discipline and knowledge received through four years of military service. He was recently promoted to vice president in charge of sales and service.
Stamprite Machine builds a full line of hot stamp machines, thermal transfer machines, heat staking and sealing machines, and has the ability to integrate these into automated systems.
The company is located in Manchester, Connecticut and employs a full staff of machine builders, including a machine designer, an electrical engineer, a CAD operator, as well as toolmakers, machinists, and machine assemblers. All parts of the machine that we sell are manufactured in our plant with the exception of pneumatic, hydraulic, and electrical components, which we purchase from vendors with long-standing reputations for accuracy, reliability, and accessibility.
It is our intention to give the customer the most durable, user-friendly piece of equipment available at a reasonable price.