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Stimulating Embossing

1) The process of embossing is similar to that of hot stamping, in that both require the preparation of an electrical board and the application of high pressure to press the desired pattern onto the surface of the paper, creating a raised pattern. Protruding does not require heating or metal support.

2) Protruding+hot stamping: Both can be carried out simultaneously, with dual processes applied to the same pattern. This allows the hot stamping part to be both raised, giving it a metallic texture and a three-dimensional effect, resulting in a very high-end effect.

3) Protruding is suitable for any product in any situation, but when gift boxes (handmade boxes) are processed with a convex process, the thickness of the face paper needs to be increased. The face paper we often make for gift boxes (handmade boxes) is relatively thin: 157 grams of double copper, 100 to 120 grams of kraft paper or special paper. When used as a gift box (handmade box), the raised face paper will be softened by glue, and after foaming treatment, the raised effect will be flattened, losing its original three-dimensional sense. Therefore, when using the embossing process on handmade box products, the face paper needs to be thickened. Double copper: 200g, kraft paper, and special paper use 150g to 180g. If the protrusion area is too large, use 250g for double copper, around 200g for kraft paper, and about 200g for special paper (if the protrusion area is small, it is not necessary to thicken the surface paper, which needs to be determined by the ITIS engineering department).

4) Limitations of protrusion process: The thickness of the line needs to be at least 2mm and less than 10mm, and neither too thin nor too thick can achieve the best effect of protrusion.

5) When using special paper for embossing, materials ranging from 140 grams to 200 grams are generally selected, but the specific hardness of the material also depends. If it is a very hard material, materials with a smaller gram should be used, and if it is a softer material, materials with a larger gram should be used. However, most special papers are 110 grams and 120 grams, followed by 250 grams. Therefore, it is recommended to use less special paper for embossing treatment. In many cases, only special paper of 110g and 120g can be used. If necessary, it is recommended to reduce the amount of sharp content and not make the area too large.


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