Blind Embossing


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Blind Embossing

An impression made on paper without ink. For example, a seal may be blindly embossed on an official document, or it may prepare a paper for further modification. Blind embossing is also called blind stamping.
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Various production techniques are available in combination to enhance the appearance, including UV inks and varnishes, including matte, mother-of-pearl and fragrances, as well as foil and blind embossing, holograms and reverse side printing.
together; blind embossing on white or ivory backgrounds; metallic
Mutual Engraving & Printing Company does engraving, blind embossing, foil stamping, thermography, offset printing, and makes their own dies -- all on premises.