Blind embossing is the embossing finish most popular and despite that continues to have the power catch one’s eyes.
You can achieve a good volume and give a touch of genius to your design if you set in action a paper with natural fabrics, preferably with a percentage of cotton, so that it will get a good height.
Here’s a recommendation, if you leave it alone, on the paper surface, without it going to registration with any motif printed or stamped, the effect will be even more surprising. You will leave intact the play between lights and shadows characteristic of it.
In the preparation of the finish the paper remains between a female engraving and a polymer male. The trace on the other side results inevitable. To hide it we recommend duplex/triplex, if possible, with another paper of the same density, never less, in particular if the motif embossed is big. That way we can avoid bulging or that it shows through of one of the surfaces or that it marks the other one.
Blind embossing 3D
¿Are you looking for more height than with the conventional blind embossing? Different levels?
Then blind embossing 3D is the answer for you.
Same as conventional blind embossing, so that the effect is most noticeable, we recommend that it go over uniform paper surface, not to registration with a printed motif.
Sculpting on paper forms with volume in detail and even in three levels of height is a reality thanks to sculptured embossing. If it is not printed, various heights are possible.
You can achieve excellent definition and a degree of detail unknown for other embossings. Its difference is in the engraving, made in different materials: bronze, zinc, magnesium…, since it is milled to reflect even the smallest features. It also stands out in its counterpart, made of cardboard while the rest tend to be a polymer.
The craft and meticulousness required for the elaboration of the same is reflected in its cost and consequently it is employed for very select premium products.