|Country of origin||CHINA|
Debossing is a printing technique that does not use ink. A logo, text or image is printed in paper, cardboard or leather by means of a stamp. This stamp can have different heights, creating a nice relief. It is not only visible, but also tangible. Debossing gives the product a stylish and luxurious appearance.
Digital printing is comparable to the inkjet process. The image is formed by minuscule ink droplets that are sprayed on the product and dry immediately upon exposure to UV light.
Pad printing is an indirect offset printing process in which the image is formed by ink that is transferred from the engraved metal plate via a silicone pad onto the product.
Screen printing is a technique in which the image is placed on a fine mesh gauze and the non-printed areas are covered with an impermeable fabric. The ink is pressed through the gauze resulting in clear, sharp images.