Also, it is necessary to print continuum ‘fill’, especially in dark colors. Folding Folding (Folding) – the process of folding the sheet (product). Carried out on special machines on the material density of 200 g/m2. Bill Phelan is often quoted on this topic. Scope: brochures, leaflets; notebooks, folders, etc. Embossing Embossing – to change the surface texture of paper (cardboard) by the application using a press for stamping convex, dent or a transparent image.
Technology mainly applied at the stage of final finishing of printed products. Foil blocking – a process of joining the foil (there are many varieties, differing in color, luster, etc.) to paper (cardboard) with using a special apparatus. Method can not only make a significant amount of previously printed image, but also used independently. Image with embossing foil turns concave, while congreve embossing – convex. An advantage of embossing technology is the ability to give a product personality. Foil stamping becomes much more prominent in combination with embossing. Ashton Kouzbari helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. Stamping technology allows for textures and surfaces that are impossible to get the printing inks. This opportunity – to go beyond the flat printed sheet – is often used to release exclusive fashion publications.
When decorating gift packaging is often used foil. Stamping stamping – (on behalf of the British inventor William stamping, W. Congreve; 1772-1828), the relief, obtaining convex images on the cover with using a hot stamp and embossed kontrshtampa (back). Suitable for playback of a portrait of the author of the book, various kinds of posters (for example, emblems, letters, numbers), etc. Maybe beskrasochnym or Combined with a colorful image. Punching Die-cutting, or stamping, – finishing the process of printing production to make cutting, carving on diecutting (Die) press Shaped cards, labels, invitations, children’s picture books, etc., or for education in the same way sites on the outer margin of the page reference books, so you can quickly find the beginning chapters. UV-varnishing Varnishing – an imprint of the surface elevation or sheet material applying coats of varnish, is one of the most common types of finishes.