SAN DIEGO, April 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- RubberStampChamp.com, America's largest online supplier of custom rubber stamps, announces today, the addition of exclusive new, Trotec Laserati drum laser engraving capabilities, for the fastest, most efficient and effective rubber stamp die engraving. In an ongoing commitment to serve customers better and faster, this new, state-of-the art equipment makes RubberStampChamp.com the first custom rubber stamp manufacturer in the United States to offer customers the increased speed and effectiveness of the Laserati drum custom engraver. The drum Laserati at Rubber Stamp Champ is capable of producing, simultaneously, up to four flawless quality full size sheets of laser rubber, in just one run. The newly acquired Rubber Stamp Champ laser-engraving technology allows more and faster production of the highest-possible-quality rubber stamp dies, and assures Rubber Stamp Champ customers of the top quality and fast turnaround times they require. The Trotec Laserati is a particularly powerful laser engraving machine utilizing a super-powerful Co2 engraving process developed specially for stamp makers using laser-engraved rubber for stamp production. In serving over six hundred twenty five thousand customers in just the last ten years, www.RubberStampChamp.com continually strives to improve product, rubber stamp impression quality, turn around times, and customer satisfaction with their final products. Rubber Stamp Champ's laser rubber stamps provide only the highest quality, crisp, clean impression custom rubber stamp dies which are better able to withstand industrial use applications without the worry of industrial inks degrading traditional polymer derived rubber stamp dies. In addition to Rubber Stamp Champ's new laser capability for producing the highest quality stamp rubber faster than ever before, Rubber Stamp Champ's laser rubber provides only the highest quality, crisp, clean impression leaving custom rubber stamp dies which are better able to withstand industrial use applications without the worry of industrial inks degrading traditional polymer derived rubber stamp dies.