With 6 numbered wheels on a set of 6 metal wheels, this 12 foot-wide (3 meter) and 12 inch-long (1 meter) automatic number stamp equipment works with either letter-number or date-number format. Note: The Lion automatic numbering stamp machines do only accept the numbers from your 5 digit sequence which is 5 digits in length. If you want to generate numbers that are much shorter (such as 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6), just print the numbers on a piece of paper and attach it to the machine. The machine will automatically write out the numbers on a piece of paper that is attached to the numbering stamp. Product 1 – 8 of 8 – 6 wheel metal wheels to increase spacing between number stamps. These machines in a simple wooden cabinet and are easy to see. Filed in: Business Products. Tags: 5 digit manual numbering machines number stamps 5 digit machines. This post was published on February 20, 2012. The number of digitized images posted on this post is now at 20. I started out blogging when I was 10 years old. My blog was the first blog I ever had set up for my own personal use, and it ran for 5 years. You can see my first post to this blog here. In 2001, I started my own blog (this one) called The Blogger. This blog ran for 9 years and continued to grow for the next 9 years. The Blogger blog was my home for all things blogging. In 2007, I stopped blogging and moved to writing and illustrating. In April 2008, my husband, Jon, bought a 6-year-old manual numbering machine. We upgraded it to a 7-year-old manual digitizing machine, and in February 2011, Jon bought a new 8-year-old metal numbering machine. I decided to post my first post to my blog using my newest machine, and in the video below, the first 7 posts that I posted all started with the word “numbered”. If you scroll up through the list, you will see that each of those posts were all written by hand with a pen and ink. This blog is a home base for me to express my personal thoughts on any topic. If you watch this video, you may also see the last 2 posts that I wrote before Jon bought his new machine.