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Embossing & Debossing Method

In today's upgrade with enhanced technology, Life is becoming more and more simplified.  In this day and age, we have the means to explore the wonderful works of technology here at Same Day Rush Printing. With the resources and upgraded technology, we have the capability to produce high quality prints in the fastest turnaround. Our embossing service is an elegant process that changes the nature of the material that has been embossed. In the printing industry, Embossing & Debossing method refers to a method of pressing an image into paper or cardstock to create a three dimensional design. Text, logos and other images can all be formed by the embossing & debossing method. Embossing results in a raised surface, with the design higher than the surrounding paper area. A similar but less common technique is Debossing. The debossing printing results in a depressed surface, with the design lower than the surrounding paper area. There is no better place to customize your prints with embossing & debossing method.

Embossing & Debossing method is an old style of printing that uses raised metal plates called dies to stamp the paper hard enough to dent it and make a raised 3d realistic impression. Die plates are made from in most instances of magnesium, metal or copper, once on the machine heat allows the metal to easily dent the push design configuration over the surface of a sheet of paper; it makes an eye-getting three-dimensional impact. Give your prints that  dimensional depth and detail. The embellishing bite the dust is made with a turned around picture of the configuration. At the point when this process finishes and makes an indented picture, it is known as debossing. Embossed pieces can be utilized without ink or foil (blind debossing or blind embossing), or with ink or foil. Create the ultimate design Whether you are promoting an event or branding your company name on your personal products, just create your design, email us or give us a call leaving the rest for us to handle. Choose from a variety of cardstocks available. Embossing & debossing service is great on thick card stock for a more stand out print. We've got you covered with our embossing and debossing process. You will be amazed with the outcome of your unique, elegant yet subtle prints.

 

 

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