When it comes to represent your business in its purest form, professionally printed items such as business cards, certificates, formal invitations etc. helps you in that. However, due to nature of the job, you might feel that your creativity is limited and it doesn’t reveal about your idea and philosophy While you may not be able to express your own artistic qualities with these prints, there are different ways to make your ultimate piece a visually interesting and aesthetically beautiful one without “overdoing it”
One of the best methods to create your own customized professional prints is debossing. It is essentially a process in which an image such as a logo or a text, etc. is duly imprinted into a print piece which creates a depressed effect. Just like embossing, you can always choose the leave the particular debossed area untouched, or you may also fill it with any ink or foil stamping which we will explain later. We are expert in both debossing and embossing with years of experience in delivering the best quality professionally printed pieces to our esteemed clients.
Debossing, unlike embossing, doesn’t interfere with the print piece’s back and give you both sides to work with. It can essentially be used on its own or can be done in conjunction with embossing, whichever you choose. We offer you both which you can choose as per your requirements.
Debossing creates a certain type of printed pieces which stand out where others don’t make an impression. They are the business cards which a person can’t really quit running down his finger over or any wedding invitation which embodies an essential feel of elegance. Even though the cost of printing is quite different than other standard print jobs, it is still worth in case you want your print pieces to deliver a memorable impression of your to the others. This is quite essential in the business world when you meet different people, and when you leave your business card or send anyone to attend your business event, a debossed print leaves quite an impression on them which leaves a mark on their psyche. It helps your business to establish your brand as a premium one and we proud ourselves in creating few of the most ecstatic and brilliant piece of work for our clients.
The stationery, business cards as well as presentation folders of your business are some of the collateral which can be custom debossed for your business. Business cards really lend themselves to the debossing technique as much as embossing even though embossing is much more common than debossing. So, if you want to stand out, we recommend that you go with debossed one. When you emboss your business card, you will probably have the reverse image present on the back of the card while the embossed image on the front which does give a different feel to your card. By choosing debossing on a thick card product, only one side of the business card will be affected, and it might feel you more connected to yourself. We offer both the services and have specialized knowledge of debossing as well to deliver the product which truly signifies your business brand as a unique and trustworthy one.
The process of debossing begins like embossing which is the creation of a die along with a counter-die of your desired design, image or logo. Debossing can also be done with our without any ink and also in combination with different printing techniques like foil stamping or in other words, offset printing, in order to add depth as well as impact to the design. We will discuss this technique to explain it to you why debossing is the right fit for you and how we are able to achieve the most brilliant product you can get on the market.
Foil stamping is essentially a special printing technique which is involved with the application of both heat and pressure to a particular metallic paper (foil) in order to create depth as well as texture which then adds the visual interest to the piece. Foil stamping doesn’t require the use of any ink. However, you are not limited only to metallic foils. You are given the choice of different foils such as matte and gloss colours and fluorescents, clear fouls and even holographic materials. To create a foil stamp, we first create a die in a given desired shape which can either be a logo, text, or an image. Then we position a particular foil sheet between the die and the material to which that particular foil will be applied. Then in next step, a special machine will press the die into the foil sheet and then heats the die in order to adhere the foil to the given substrate. It is quite a tricky procedure because in case the heat is either too high or the die is pressed against the given foil too long, then the material will just bubble and peel. If the heat isn’t enough or the press against the foil is too short, the foil won’t even fuse to the given finished project. It requires a deft hand to make sure the edges of the foil stamp looks both clean and crisp. That is where our expert’s experience comes into the picture as we have a team of professionals that make sure that you are provided with impressive printed material that truly represents your brand.
Whenever you receive a brochure, or you pick up a magazine in your local store, the thing that attracts you to look at it is the power of Offset printing. Your piece of documents may essentially contain the most important and useful information of your brand, and it requires a high-quality printing to make it stand out and make it pop. Magazines, catalogues, brochures, postcards, stationery etc. are few of the things that your business requires to establish your brand among the people and it is essential to put special emphasis on the printing aspect.
Our debossing methods are quite refined, and we manage to provide maximum benefits to our clients whether it is the demands of speed, size or even flexibility, we provide everything as per your requirement within time. We specialize in delivering highly enriched products with our refined process to make sure that your business receives the best ones to remarkably exhibit your brand and quality and trustworthiness of products and services of your business.