Ok, in the dictionary
stamp [transitive, intransitive] stamp (something) to put your foot down heavily and noisily on the ground
I tried stamping my feet to keep warm.
Sam stamped his foot in anger.
He stamped the snow off his boots.
The audience were stamping and cheering.
It seems like the verb "stamp" is used only with "foot".
Could we creatively use the structure with other objects such as a table, a chair, etc as in "please, do not stamp the chair / the table / the wood / the object"?
If not, how to express when a person put an object (a table, a chair, a bar of wood) down heavily and noisily on the ground?
Note: This action is similar to "stamp" but "stamp" can be used with "foot" only.