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Emboss

To raise or indent a pattern on the surface of a material; sometimes produced by the use of patterned rollers.

emboss

To raise or indent a pattern on the surface of a material; sometimes produced by the use of patterned rollers.
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The UV gloss spot coating on the purple text, graphics, and embossed areas provides a sharp contrast to the overall matte finish surrounding it.
Characterization of the micro cavities of the embossing mold and micro structure of the embossed substrates were carried on by the JTVMS-1510T 3D Image Measurement System, product of China Dongguan Janten Instrument, and the LEXT OLS 4100 laser scanning confocal microscopy of Olympus Corporation, with the digital resolution of 1 and 0.
However, Feelings Expresso has also tied up with outlets of the Future Group and Archies Gallery to supply bouquets embossed with some standard valentine messages.
To explore the reasons that wineries choose to package their products in embossed bottles, as well as the process and costs involved, I paid a visit to a local wine shop.
Stamped crocodile, alligator patterns, as well as glazed and embossed leather take center stage.
Ridden closer to the pace by Ryan Moore, Embossed surged away from his field running to the final furlong, and at the line had a four-length advantage over Woodsley House.
The 100-percent cotton fiber paper is created in the artist's studio, is embossed with the use of an etching press, and color is applied with an airbrush.
Coordinated Apertured and Embossed Topsheet Layer Materials, and Absorbent Articles Containing Such Wendy M.
For the decorative film market, which is predominantly for the packaging sector, the main holographic products can be embossed with one of 60 standard designs or with a customised design.
The rugged embossed finish and color gradations convey this masculine artisan appeal"
Yao and Nagaranjan [26] investigated a cold forging process for micropatterning and they found that some solid polymers such as polytetrafluoroethylene can be directly cold embossed with microfeatures.
The process is quite common in other products: We see and touch embossed paper napkins just about every day, for instance.