die-stamp

die-stamp

vb (tr)
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) to produce words or decoration on (a surface) by using a steel die so that the printed images stand in relief
Translations

die-stamp

[ˈdaɪˌstæmp] VTgrabar
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The block-letter mark was die-stamped into the clay and used from 1928 to the 1930s.
It is then professionally die-stamped into a glossy 77mm badge, fridge magnet or handbag mirror, offering a unique souvenir for the memorable occasion.
The Queen's initials are die-stamped in gold on the card below a crown.
It was and still is in the leather holster, which has 1917 die-stamped in the back side.
The die-stamped 50mm medallions are antique gold-plated and depict the Coventry and Warwickshire 2012 Partnership logo along with the text: "To celebrate your achievement as a Coventry & Warwickshire Olympian."
My personal favourites were Hornby trains and Dinky cars, always die-stamped on their underside "Made in England by Meccano Limited", usually with the addition of the mysterious words "Patent Pending".
* The option to choose custom Dynaglide components, such as washers, rings, U-cups and other die-stamped shapes.
However, these generally lack detail, are die-stamped and mounted on plastic, instead of leather.
The company, at its Warwick, R.I., factory, die-stamps brass, steel, beryllium copper, and dozens of other alloys to manufacture standard and customized electrical terminals for cars, trucks, appliances, and power tools.