Embossing is a printing technique that creates a raised image or design on a surface by pressing a metal die into the material. The die, which is typically made of brass or steel, is pressed against the material, creating a three-dimensional image or design.
What Is An Embosser Used For?
The most common use for an embosser is to create a raised seal on documents such as diplomas, certificates, business cards and stationery. Embossers can also be used to add personalized touches to scrapbook pages, greeting cards and photo albums. With a variety of design options, embossers can be used to create personalized messages or artwork that stands out from the crowd.