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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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Presently audiotactile access requires creating a tactile copy on an embosser.
For instances in which dots 7 or 8 would be used by an embosser, the transcribed symbol would be prefixed.
Seamless hard and soft embossers, where shim lines are absent, are also available.
Embossers texture both HDPE and LDPE film in gauges from 0.
More recently (2007), Double R developed a new generation of holographic embosser that has a removable embossing cassette.
That is, when the Tiger embosser is used to create a Zoom Map, any area that is gray can feel similar to an area that is black.
Offers vacuum calibration tanks, serve cutters, saws, pullers, embossers, takeaway conveyors and other downstream accessories.
We work hard to provide a solution for all your printing and marking needs by offering a wide line of plastic card printers, metal tag embossers, metal tag markers, and plastic card embossers.
In recent years it has teamed up with Steve Kyle's Eskay Holographies Ltd to build hologram embossing equipment including narrow web hard embossers, wide-web hard and soft embossers for paper, PET & OPP, as well as precision shim guillotines.
The new embossers also incorporate the newly redesigned Tiger Braille dot, which is designed to offer improved readability.
For over 110 years, the BF Perkins corporation has manufactured calenders and embossers for a variety of textile applications.
Over that time they have evolved into an expert integrator for high-speed embossers, thermal printers and mailing/insertion machines for the plastic card industry.