Gold Foiled / Silver Foiled

Commonly used post-printing processes, such as hot stamping, embossing, three-dimensional hot stamping, UV, etc. These are the more commonly used post-press processes in design. Regarding hot stamping, it should be called: Foil Stamping, because gold and silver are the most commonly used, so we commonly call it hot stamping, hot stamping gold foil and so […]

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Matt lamination / Glossy lamintation

As people have higher and higher requirements for the appearance of printed matter, printed matter generally requires fine post-press processing to improve the grade. Common processes include lamination, bronzing, embossing, UV, and other post-press processes, not only to ensure the quality of printed products, and improve the grade, but also an important means to achieve

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What is debossing? debossing as the opposite of embossing. when an image (logo, text, etc.) is imprinted into your print piece, creating a depressed effect. Just like embossing, you can choose to leave the debossed area untouched or fill it in with ink or foil stamping. they are mostly used on the covers of fine

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What is Embossing? Embossing and debossing are both great ways to enhance your prints and bring attention to specific elements of your design. These processes add texture to business cards, post cards, brochures and more, by creating raised or depressed areas on the paper. Highlight important details, such as logo, graphic, or names! Adding a

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spot uv

Spot UV

Spot UV UV is a printing effect process, which is to coat a layer of varnish (with gloss, matte, inlaid crystal, glitter powder, etc.) on a printed pattern you want, mainly to increase the brightness and artistic effect of the product, To protect the surface of the product, its hardness is high, it is resistant

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