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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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8, the top scan (sample B) shows almost perfect symmetry about the center of the white embossment. At the edges of the white zone (outer patterns), the central scattering is weak.
OE Duramax diesel rocker cover gaskets utilize a rubber coated single-layer stainless steel with embossment which concentrates the sealing load to prevent leaks.
The earthenware body of Harvest Home is produced in a warm off-glaze and a wheat embossment. The pattern includes large, oversized items with rounded shapes.
Two simple epigraphs in the cuneiform embossment script can be observed on the construction dating to 397 AH.
5b, PEMI is fulfilled with diesel oil and formed a morphology structure similar with embossment.
WHAT'S NEW: VeraIlia's FlexRun Service is the first of its kind in the North American wine market and allows any winery to order specialty bottles at a competitive price, whether its adding a customized embossment to a stock bottle or creating an entirely new bottle design.
Editing features allow users to trim and crop videos, adjust contrast and brightness, as well as add video effects such as a embossment, greyscale, inverted color and more.
The coordination of the glass embossment with the paper label is another design issue and cost consideration.
In a particular aspect, the absorbent structure can include one or more distinctively configured embossment regions, and the embossment regions can be distributed along the intermediate portion of the article.