Blind Embossing


Blind embossing is a print finishing technique that involves creating a raised design or pattern on a material, often paper or card, without using ink or foil.

A metal die is heated and pressed onto the material, causing the area to raise and create a three-dimensional effect.

This technique adds texture and interest to the print material and is often used on items like Business Cards to add a touch of sophistication.

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