【Printing craft Collection 2】
▼ Embossed / Debossed:
Embossing is the use of a convex template (positive template) to emboss the surface of the printed matter into a three-dimensional embossed pattern through the action of pressure (the printed matter is partially convex, making it three-dimensional and causing visual impact.) It is called embossing; it can be To increase the three-dimensional effect, it needs to be done on paper of more than 200g and high gram weight special paper with obvious mechanism sense.
Debossing is to use a concave template (negative template) to deboss the surface of the printed matter into a relief-like pattern with a concave feeling (the printed matter is partially concave, making it three-dimensional and causing visual impact.) It can also increase the three-dimensional feeling. Paper requirements are the same as for embossing. Both embossing and debossing can be matched with bronzing, spot UV, and other processes.
The die-cutting process is a molding process in which a special die-cutting knife is made according to the design requirements of the printed matter, and then the printed matter or other substrates are rolled into the desired shape or incision under the action of pressure.
It is suitable for products with more than 150g of paper as raw material, and try to avoid patterns and lines that are close to the tangent line.