Continuing Education

Continuing Education - September 2010


Foil Stamp vs. Deboss vs. Emboss

Don't let the technical lingo of printing trip you up. Let Pro-Bind help! During September's Continuing Education segment, we demystify and simplify Foil Stamping, Debossing and Embossing decoration applications.

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Foil StampFoil Stamp

Foil stamping uses a die to apply a bright, metallic or shiny effect to the stock. Does not produce a raised or lowered image. AKA: Hot Stamping What Materials to Foil Stamp? * Paper * Vinyl * Turned Edged Cover * Poly * Chipboard


Debossing uses a die to create a depressed impression on the stock - pushes the image below the level of the paper or stock. What Materials to Deboss? * Paper * Padded Vinyl * Turned Edged Cover * Chipboard


Embossing uses a die to create a raised impression on the stock - pushes the image above the level of the paper or material stock. What Materials to Emboss? * Paper

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