A stamp used to mark reference numbers, serial numbers, dates, or letters is known as an Automatic Numbering machine. In the legal, medical, and business domains, they are used on papers, tickets, and cards, among other things. They can be utilized on product components, plates, circuit boards, and other items at industrial manufacturing locations.
After stamping the current number a given number of times, and Automatic Numbering Machine proceeds to the next consecutive number.
“Self-moving Numbering” or “Auto Advance Numbering” are other terms for this automatically progressing device. It’s also known as “Bates Numbering” or “Bates Stamping” in the United States.
Despite the fact that computers can readily print serial numbers, Automatic Numbering Machines are still major assistance when working with irregularly sized papers or in a small space, and they also come in useful when there is no printer on-site. Banking, hospitals, legal offices, law courts, and government agencies all employ automatic numbering machines.