Condition in which the image is depressed below the normal surface of the label stock. Positive printing generally has a debossed effect.
An image is pressed into a material so the image sits below the surface.
To print an image on paper by pressing the front surface resulting in a sunken appearance
The process of producing depressed letters in a surface, particularly those produced by engraving dies or plates.
Condition in which an image is depressed below the normal surface of a material. Embossing has the opposite effect, creating a raised image.
a plate-sunk image.
To produce a sunken image in the surface of paper.
The process of producing depressed letters and/or graphics in an item. Debossed images are typically produced using dies or by engraving or etching the image itself. See Emboss.
Depression of an image into a material such as paper, leather or suede so the image sits below the product surface.
Machine presses a die into the surface of the material to create an imprint. Imprint appears to be lowered.
Lowering the image below the paper level. Opposite of emboss.
Debossing involves pressing an image into the sheet of paper to create an impression. Also known as tooling.
Machine presses a die into the surface of the material, resulting in a depressed imprint.
A letterpress term describing the process of pressing an image into paper so it lies below the surface.
To depress a design in leather, paper, or composition board.
Lowering the image below the paper level. For die manufacturers click here.
Pressing an image into a material's surface, resulting in the image appearing sunken in the material.
To press an image into paper so it lies below the surface.