Embossing is also a relief, just like hot foil stamping, it is a common printing finishes used in custom packaging to make the logo and pattern have a three-dimensional effect and highlight the logo and images.
Debossing is the opposite effect of embossing, it makes the logo pattern a concave appearance.
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LOGO Printing Creates Impressive Custom Packaging
Suppose you are ready to customize a shopping bag or gift box with a logo. You would like to know how many printing methods the logo is and which one is the most suitable for your packaging design. Choosing the right logo printing method is more important than you might think – logos are essential for creating memorable packaging.
Custom Various Embossing Types
In the embossing process, pressure and metal engraving plate are two technical keypoints. Patterns and logos are able to create different embossing effects through different metal engraving plates.
- Rounder corner embossing
- Straight embossing
- 3D relief.
Embossing and Debossing
Debossing, the opposite effect of embossing, is to give the logo pattern a concave appearance. The thicker the paper, the better the embossing effect. Therefore, embossing is widely used in business cards, various cards, and book covers.
In custom packaging, we combine embossing, debossing and hot foil to provide customers with impressive packaging.
Frequently Asked Questions
Embossing is currently a very mature process and one of the most used processes in gift packaging.
It is a cost-effective way to print logo on gift box and paper bag.
The embossed logos and patterns not only provide a sense of design for gift boxes and paper bags, but also add elaboration to the packaging.