To raise the surface of into bosses or protuberances; particularly, to ornament with raised work.
To raise in relief from a surface, as an ornament, a head on a coin, or the like.
To Produce A Pattern In Relief By Passing Fabric Through A Calendar In Which A Heated Metal Bowl Engraved With The Pattern Works Against A Relatively Soft Bowl, Built Up Of Compressed Paper Or Cotton On A Metal Centre.
Emboss is the process of pressing an image into paper so it lies above the surface.
To press an image into paper so it is raised above the surface.
The surface of the paper is raised into the required image or design
To produce raised letters and numbers on a PVC card, e.g., the account number and name of the person, by mechanical pressure from the backside of the card.
A mechanical process for raising an area of paper to create letterforms, shapes and textures.
To mold or stamp a design or information into a product.
A condition in which an image is pressed into a material to create an image that is raised above the normal level of the material. Debossing creates the opposite effect.
To produce a raised design, pattern, image, or lettering, by surprinting or on blank paper. To represent a surface design in relief by stamping or impressing a recessed engraved die on it. See also DIE ENGRAVING RELIEF PRINTING STAMPING SURPRINT
To create a die and stamp the paper from the rear in order to create a raised effect. De-bossing would stamp the paper from the front in order to create a sunken effect. If the embossing or de-bossing does not touch ink or a foil, then it is referred to
Engraved or raised image in paper.
Raising an image by pressing a die into the surface that results in a depressed area around the imprint.
to create a raised surface by applying heat or pressure
Technique of pressing an image into paper to create a 3D or raised effect
Embossing a graphic graphic/image adds dimension to it by making the image edges appear as if it were lifted from a flat background.
To create a design on a surface by causing the letters, figures, patterns, etc.,. to be raised, by pressure to dies, rollers, printing press etc.
To produce a raised and/or indented pattern impression on a surface by means of patterned rolls or stamping dies.
To create raised surfaces on an object.
Adding depth to text or graphics in a computer application, making an object look carved or raised from a background. In printing, impressing a design into the surface of a paper so that text or images are raised from the surface.
This decorating technique uses top and bottom dies to create a raised dimensional effect to the graphics.
Pressing a pattern into the wood by altering the wood fibers.
to give a permanent raised and indented design to a fabric using a calendering process with engraved, heated rollers.
raise in a relief; "embossed stationary"
To press an image into paper so that it creates a relief.
The creation of a raised (embossed) image by pressing a shape into a sheet of paper with a metal or plastic die.
To stamp in such a way that a raised image is left on the finished piece
Is a method of surface decoration where a design is raised slightly above the surface, almost cameo style. Sheets of metal, leather, and plastic can be embossed
is artwork pressed into the sidewall or top of a metal surface to form letters or a design above the surface of the piece. See roll and arbor
Use Emboss to create a three-dimensional effect in which the edges of an object are raised or impressed.
During finishing operations leathers are pressed with an embossing plate under heat and high pressure to either lay out the grain as smoothly as possible or to impart a textured effect.
To produce a raised image on the surface of paper.
A die machine pressed onto the surface of a material, resulting in a depressed area surrounding the imprint. Leather folders typically use the embossing process for imprinting.
Embossing a graphic image adds dimension to it by making the image appear as if it were carved as a projection from a flat background. Embossing is also a technique used on paper to actually raise an image on the paper.
A three-dimensional effect created with an illustration program that allows text to look like it was raised from the background.
to create a raised design on paper, either by heating embossing powder laid on a stamped image, or by using a stylus to trace a brass embossing template
to raise sheet metal with a punch or hammer
To create a stamp the paper from the rear in order to create a raised effect. De-bossing is just the opposite, the front is stamped to create a sunken effect. If the embossing or de-bossing does not touch ink or a foil, then it is referred to as "blind" embossing. If the emboss touches ink or has a foil on top of it, this is referred to as registered embossing or de-bossing.
A process that stamps an image into the surface of paper, using engraved metal dies, extreme pressure and heat. Embossing styles include: embossed: A raised design created by making an impression on the reverse side. debossed: A depressed design created by making an impression into the surface. foil: An impression that applies a thin metallic "foil" to a design. blind: An impression that does not align with a printed or foil image. print: An impression that aligns with a printed image.
The process of impressing an image onto a product to achieve a raised surface on the product.
to decorate with raised ornament; to raise a design on a blank with dies of similar pattern, one a negative of the other
The process of producing raised letters and/or graphics in an item. Embossed images are typically produced using die or by engraving or etching the background (everything except the image.) See Deboss.
To press an image into paper by a die so that it lies above the surface.
Pressing an image into paper so that it will create a raised relief.
To stamp a raised or depressed area or image into paper with metal dies after printing.
Machine presses a die into the surface of the material to create an imprint. Imprint appears to be raised. A Blind Emboss is an imprint without a foil or ink. A Registered Emboss is an imprint that registers with foil or ink.
Mechanical and thermoforming of graphic features, providing a raised feature for accenting key surfaces, logo’s, and to allow for embedding of surface mount LED’s within the switch.
An ornamental raised surface on a material.
Method of impressing an image in relief to achieve a raised surface. When this is done on blank paper it is called blind embossing. Opposite of deboss.
To create a three-dimensional design by pressure with the use of dies, stamps or punches from the reverse. see; Repousse
Creating a raised surface with either pressure or heat and embossing powder.
Machine presses a die into the surface of the material, resulting in a depressed area around the imprint desired. Imprint appears to be raised.
To raise a portion of the surface of the paper, such as the title of your book on the cover. This is frequently done with trade papaerbacks.
The process of producing raised letters, particularly by engraving.
A form of moulded decoration which leaves the design raised on the body of the ware in high relief
To create a raised surface on paper. You can use an embossing tool or stylus to trace a template or use embossing powder and a heat gun to raise a stamped image.
To press an image into paper so it lies above the surface. Also called cameo and tool.
Embossing is a method of surface decoration in which a design is raised slightly above the surface. Sheets of metal, leather, and plastic can be embossed.
A process of forming a portion of the substrate to rise above the normal level of the substrate. An example is a button or a raised logo.
The use of dies or blocks to raise a design or image on a printed sheet without ink
To mechanically imprint unique grain effects under heat or high pressure in order to smooth the grain or give a unique patterned effect (ostrich, alligator, lizard, etc.). Top grain leather that has surface imperfections is often buffed smooth and then embossed to restore natural looking grain patterns. These are normally less expensive than full grain leathers that retain their natural markings.
A letterpress term referring to the process of pressing an image into paper so it lies above the surface.
To impress an image in relief to achieve a raised surface; either overprinting or on blank paper (called blind embossing).
The raised data printed on a card
An embellishment raised in relief from the surface.
A method which creates a slightly raised design, most commonly used on metal, leather and plastic. It is the opposite process of engraving where the design is impressed instead of raised.
An imprinted surface to the pre-finished steel product. In the case of Colorcoat HPS200®, this is the Scintilla® mark, providing easy identification and a unique visual appearance. F - G
Raising the image above the paper level.
Pressing an image into the surface of the material, resulting in a raised image.
On metal, to change relative levels of the surface for the purpose of decoration. The surface may be raised into bosses or lowered into indentations. Generally the major elevations are accomplished by hammering inside to force the outside surface upward, though finer detail is always applied from the outside.
Decorate or cover with designs or patterns, which are raised above the surface.
A relatively shallow indentation or raised design with basically no change in metal thickness.
A raised effect on an object.
The process of printing identifying data on a bankcard in the form of raised characters.