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Debossing is the process of lowering an image and making it indent into the paper. It is created by applying pressure to the paper with a heated metal die. The process is identical to embossing.
Embossing is the process of raising an image and making it stand out from the paper. It is created by applying pressure to the paper with a heated metal die. The process is identical to debossing.
Long considered the standard of quality, engraving is the process that utilizes copper or steel dies to create raised letters and images on paper.
Foil stamping is the application of a thin metallic or pigmented foil using a metal die. The die is heated and pressured onto the foil and paper separating the foil in the covered area and adhering it to the stock.
Thermography is a process that is used to create raised letters and images on paper more economically than engraving. A powdered resin is applied to the paper immediately after printing and then heated. The powder sticks to the still tacky ink, expands and raises the ink.
Lithography, more commonly referred to as offset, today is the most widely used printing process. Offset printing presses vary in size from ones that can print in 8.5 x 11 sheet with one color of ink to ones that will print eight of those sheets at one time in multiple colors on both sides of the sheet.