A paper processing stage in the print process where male and female dies are used to generate an impression in the paper under high pressure. Embossing with raised motifs is known as high embossing and embossing with sunken motifs as deep embossing. There are also multi-stage embossing procedures where the motif has different levels, and relief embossing, which creates a spatial effect with three-dimensional profiles. High embossing can also be simulated by applying and melting special powder materials.
This is a type of printing, in which a design is pressed on paper, with the end result being a raised image. The embossing so done is called blind as there is no ink or foil used in forming the design.
Metal plates raise the print on the paper. If you run your finger over embossed stationery, you will feel the raised letters. No ink is used. Embossed Graphics is NoteworthyNotes' primary online vendor that sells embossed stationery.
Printing process using no ink. Metal plates that are etched with letters are stamped into paper so what is left behind is the imprint of the letter. Popular on the borders of many invitations, addresses, and monograms.
Blind embossing is a printing method where an image is pressed into paper resulting in a raised design. The embossing is termed “blind” because the design is formed without ink or foil. (Debossing is an image stamped onto paper or a napkin without ink or foil; it appears “indented.”)