Nebraska engineers who are licensed in the state are required to use a specific engineering stamp on all reports, plans, drawings, and other documentation created in an official capacity as an engineer. Understanding the requirements of the seal as well as the Nebraska engineering seal stamp options available will help you ensure compliance with all state regulations when purchasing and using your seal.
Nebraska Engineer Seal Requirements
Each Nebraska engineering seal stamp has size requirements that must be followed to comply with state requirements. These seals can be 1 ½” in diameter or 1 ¾” in diameter. The seal can be in the form of an embosser, rubber stamp, or a digital image providing that all have the correct diameter size, and appearance required by the rules and regulations.
Understanding Nebraska Engineer Requirements
All licensed engineers in Nebraska need to make sure they understand the rules and requirements governing the use of the seal. When the Nebraska engineering seal stamp is used, it denotes that the engineer is responsible for the creation of the documents directly, or that he or she directly supervised it.
Affixing the seal indicates that the reports or drawings comply with all rules and codes. Engineers who would like to find out more about the Nebraska engineering seal stamp should visit the State of Nebraska Board of Engineers and Architects website to find out more to ensure proper compliance with all seal usage requirements and licensing information.
The License Number and how it should Appear
The Nebraska engineer stamp must have two circles with one inside the other. In the space between the circles, the words “Professional (Discipline) Engineer” (parentheses optional) and “State of Nebraska” must be included. Inside the smaller inner circle, the licensee’s name and license number preceded by an “E” are required.
Usage of the Nebraska Professional Engineer Stamp
When using a Nebraska engineer stamp, engineers must include their hand-written signature along with the date. This must be written across the seal, without covering the license number or name. This seal must be used on all tracings, copies and originals of any calculations and technical documents. Any reports or documents that are drafts do not require the seal, providing that it is marked as such.
When a Nebraska engineer stamp is used on electronic documents, engineers must use a program known as an electronic revision approval system that invalidates the seal or makes it disappear if any changes are made to the document. If the use of this type of system is not possible, users must note that the document is not considered certified along with the name and date.
Nebraska Professional Engineer Stamp Options
There are several options available for Nebraska engineering seal stamps. Options such as pre-inked, self-inking, and regular rubber stamps are acceptable if the seal meets the Nebraska requirements. Other options include embossing seals rather than using those that require ink, as well as digital seals that can be used for electronic engineering documents, reports and drawings.
Wood Handle Engineer Rubber Stamp
As a professional engineer, you want to make sure that your work is up to the highest standards. That's why you need the Nebraska Professional Engineer Seal Stamp. This state board-approved stamp is guaranteed to meet your specifications, and it comes with a free electronic seal for added convenience. It's also the most economical form of stamping, so you can save money while still getting the quality you deserve.
The Nebraska Professional Engineer Seal Stamp is perfect for industrial use because it works with quick-drying inks and can be used on mylar. It also features a regular wooden handle stamp for easy use. Plus, this stamp is made in the USA. So don't wait any longer, get the Nebraska Professional Engineer Seal Stamp today and rest assured that your work is up to par.
Self-Inking Engineer Stamp
The Self-Inking Nebraska engineer stamp is state board approved and comes with a free electronic seal. It includes 6 file types DXF, DWG, TIF, JPG, PDF, and PNG and is guaranteed to meet your state board specifications. The Nebraska Professional Engineer Stamp is available in 11 ink colors, is simple to use, and will provide up to 5,000 impressions before needing to be re-inked. It's an excellent tool for repetitive stamping. It is fully assembled in the USA.
Pre Inked Nebraska Professional Engineer Stamp
Looking for a top-quality Nebraska professional engineer stamp that is guaranteed to meet your state board specifications? Look no further than the Nebraska Engineering Stamp! This premium pre-inked stamp comes in 5 ink colors and 6 file types, making it incredibly versatile and easy to use. Plus, it features a free electronic seal that is perfect for adding a professional touch to any document. Simply press the stamp into the paper and watch as the Nebraska Professional Engineer Stamp is perfectly reproduced in clean, sharp detail. No smudging, no mess, and no need to replace an ink pad – this stamp is good to go for thousands of impressions! So why wait? Get your Nebraska Engineering Stamp today!
We understand that you have lots of choices when it is time to purchase an engineer stamp so we work hard to make sure our seal is made in accordance with the Nebraska board office. Take a moment to review all of our seal options online. We make stamps for architects, land surveyors and more. All are made based on the applicable board rules and restrictions. If you need to preview the Engineer stamp before it is made, we offer a pdf proof so you can make changes to the order before it ships. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.