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registered emboss goods


Give your packaging design another dimension that print alone simply cannot do. Embosing can be used by itself or together with foil, coatings or printing.

Add depth to your Design

Embossing and debossing is a way cost-effective way to elevate the attractiveness and value of your packaging. Embossing or debossing is simply a procedure used to raise the surface of the paper and design, or recess the paper in the case of debossing, giving some depth or relief to the surface. This adds impact visually and also adds a tactile element to the design, begging your packaging to be picked up and stroked   The procedure requires the use of two dies: one that is raised and one that is recessed. The dies fit into each other so that when the paper is pressed between them, the raised die forces the stock into the recessed die and creates the embossed impression  There are various types of embossing that can be done.

Your end user will also appreciate the tactile, "high-end" feeling that embossing and debossing adds.

Types Of Embossing

Blind Emboss

Blind embossing does not include the use of ink or foil to highlight the embossed area. The change in the dimensional appearance of the material is the only noticeable difference resulting from the embossing. The blind embossing process provides a clean and distinctive or subtle image on paper stock. It is best used to create a subtle impression or low level of attention to the piece, yet provide some slight form of differentiation for the finished work.​

blind emboss

Combo Emboss

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