Emboss


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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 popularity of Feelings Expresso has soared so high that it has already received orders for 25,000 roses with messages embossed for Valentine's Day.
The preceding study indicates that, the diameter and depth of the embossed concave lens array pattern on the surface of the PMMA sheet could be changed and controlled by adjusting the processing conditions of the ultrasonic vibration embossing process.
Multi-level embossed foil accents on the front and top panels add dimension and provide an upscale appearance unique to personal care products.
No obvious difference in embossed pattern were observed between sample 3 and sample 4, which implied that if the press and holding time was long enough, the substrate may directly embossed without preheating with appropriate mold temperature.
The former is by the use of compensation rollers in the embossing section together with hydraulics, ensuring the embossed web is stable and controlled.
Some mobile phone parts are embossed; dimple patterns can make gripping easier; and emboss marks on tickets can make them more difficult to counterfeit.
Various processing parameters were studied in terms of their influence on the replicability of IR-assisted embossed plates: roller temperature, embossing pressure, and rolling speed.
PMMA is compatible with human tissues and allows for high-resolution features to be embossed onto it, thus making it highly desirable for use in biomedical, micro-optics, microfluidic devices, micro-electro-mechanical systems, etc.
In this work, a manufacturing process has been demonstrated and developed to allow depth-to-width aspect ratios of ~3:1 to be embossed using localized heating without the generation of flash.
Sometimes you don't want as much detail, but at other times you may want to run a blind emboss, where it is not registering to printing, so that the embossing is carrying higher image detail."
To emboss discrete 3-D features out of a polymer sheet, an appropriate through-thickness action is needed.
Camillus, NY, January 05, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Embossanova was inspired by Bodoni and Lubalin Graph, an unlikely pairing says Stephen Boss, the type designer designer and owner of the digital type foundry Emboss Fonts.