Embossing can be used with textiles, paper, and non-woven materials such as tissue paper, vinyl or leather padfolios. Color register embossed printing is embossing with the addition of colored ink, and blind embossing is embossing without the addition of ink.
The deboss process is the same as that for embossing, except debossing raises the material around the die impression rather than raising the design area itself. Brass, copper, and magnesium dies are used in the debossing process as well.
Blind Embossing is a method of creating raised logos or characters on paper without ink. In this process, two metal dies are used; one with raised logo or characters and another with matching but recessed logo or characters. When a sheet of paper is pressed between these dies, blind embossing occurs.
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