|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.
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.