Foil stamping is the process of pressing a heated die onto a sheet of foil, releasing the foil from its backing and adhering it to the paper to create a foil design on a printed piece.
Method of printing on a letterpress using thin metallic or pigmented film and die.
a process for stamping a design on a book cover without ink by using a colored foil with pressure from a heated die or block.
A printing process for hot stamping a graphic or logo using colored, metallic foil with pressure from a heated metal die.
Printing an image on paper without ink using a foil and heated metal die
Method of printing on a letterpress that releases foil from its backing when stamped with the heated die.
A letterpress printing method using thin metallic or pigmented film and a die.
Process which employs the same basic principle as letterpress printing, the ink being replaced by foil, and applied with heat.
An impression of a design made by fusing foil to paper with the heat and pressure of an embossing letterpress. Foil Stamping is available in a wide range of colours with both high gloss and dull finishes.
In binding and finishing, a finishing operation in which a design or other image is pressed onto a substrate. In foil stamping, a heated die containing a relief (raised) image presses down on a roll of foil passing above the substrate to be decorated.
Letterpress printing method using a die and thin metallic or pigmented film.
A hot pattern contacting a foil material and the paper at the same causing the foil to adhere to the paper
The application of metallic or metallised images to a substrate by means of a heated relief block and controlled pressure.
Colored foil heat-stamped into the paper. Foils usually have a metallic finish in either matte or high gloss.
Pressing a design onto a book cover using metallic or pigment foil; applied with metal dies.
The application of foil to paper. May also be combined with embossing for added interest.
Hot stamp printing is achieved by using pressure and heat to affix colored foil in to the plastic surface.
To cover paper with a thin, flexible sheet of metal or other material. the foil, which may be clear or opaque, comes in a range of colors and is carried on a plastic sheet. Stamping separates the foil from the plastic and makes it adhere to the paper. Foil stamping can be combined with embossing or debossing as an added design element.
This is the application of foil, a special mylar backed material, to paper where a heated die is stamped onto the foil, making it adhere to the surface leaving the design of the die on the paper. Foil stamping can be combined with embossing to create a more striking 3D image.
specialty production technique involving thin metallic foil pressed onto paper.
Process in which a metal plate or die is heated and then pressed against foil into a surface, causing the pigments of the foil to transfer to the surface. Also called hot-stamping.
Printing method that releases foil from its backing when stamped with the heated plate or die.
The process of applying a thin film of colored foil to paper for decorative purposes.
This effect is achieved when colored foil is hot-stamped onto paper (perhaps a Christmas card) or accessory items, such as napkins.
Involves a heat-pressure die-stamp process. Foil is carried on a thin polyester film ribbon. By applying heat when pressing the ribbon between the die and paper, the foil is released and fused onto the paper. Foil choices include metallic (matte or glossy), pastel, satin, pearlized, holographic, pigmented and clear.
The application of heat and pressure to a stamping foil to activate the foil and transfer it to the substrate.
This is a process where a die (or stamp) of your logo is pressed onto a product using a hot logoed stamp. This technique can look great on leather and vinyl products. Foil is placed on the product surface and the heated die presses gently leaving behind a great metallic finish. Leather or leather look items look great in either gold or silver foil.
Using a die to place a metallic or pigmented image on paper.
A specialized production technique involving thin metallic foil pressed onto paper.
A mechanical process that results in the bonding of coloured foil to paper.
a process of stamping foil designs or lettering on book covers or other materials.
The application of a stamp pressed in foil to a surface, in which the foil transfers the outline to the surface.