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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 only limitation that photopolymer embossing has is its inability to create 31) images -those with more than one depth of emboss.
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.
Emboss Fonts have been available as web fonts since June of 2011 and owner Stephen Boss looks forward to the second annual awards increasing the notoriety of the service and its applications.
Ultrasonic vibration heating can provide an effective way of heat generation to hot emboss the precise structure onto the surface of a large plate.
The basic operating principle in the hot embossing process is to emboss the polymer substrate at a temperature above [T.
British hologram production equipment partners Eskay Holographies and Henderson Engineering have developed their wide-web embossing machine so that it can now emboss holograms directly in to co-extruded films.
The HEX 04 features a highly automated substrate handling system resulting in 1-3 minute cycle times and the ability to emboss larger substrates up to 300 mm thus significantly increasing the device throughput from its previously introduced HEX 03 System.
Through its unique, patented embossing technology, Speaking Roses can emboss photos, logos, printed words or handwritten messages directly on flowers.