Thermography uses slow drying offset printing ink combined with a powdered resin, usually clear, to create a raised effect that is similar to engraving, however, there will be no bruising as with engraving. While the ink is still wet, the print pieces are dusted with the resin, then baked to cure it to its final raised form.
This classic method is used for a variety of applications, including business cards, corporate stationary, packaging, invitations, notecards, and many more. It’s a cost-effective alternative to engraving or embossing that is just as appealing and that adds a refined touch to any print piece.
Thermography is wonderful alternative to engraving providing a similar “raised” effect at a lower cost. It involves a process which applies a clear resin to the ink which then heated and then cooled forming a raised texture in the desired pattern.
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