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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Unique textures make the papers well suited to finishing applications like blind embossing and hot foil stamping.
The blind embossing the federal eagle is to get the contractor.
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.
The machines include hologram and foil application (either pattern or image holograms, in register), stripe application (for hologram, magnetic or similar), die-cutting, blind embossing, re-wind and sheeting or fan-folding.