IMPRINTS IN VARIOUS FORMS
Fine Embossings by Stigler
Here you can find a selection of embossed designs.
We are happy to advise you on the topic of embossing and support you in implementing your projects.
Depending on the design, embossing can be very delicate or rather coarse. Paper can be embossed on both sides. In positive embossing or high embossing, the design is raised, while in negative embossing or deep embossing, the design is recessed. A distinctive deformation is required for a visually pleasing result.
The embossing variations can be used individually or in combination with each other. For embossing, the paper can be shaped with edges, rounded corners, multi-levels, or gentle gradients, leaving a lasting impression on your customers. Whether in combination with printing inks or subtly alone on natural paper – embossing makes each product unique.
REASONS FOR CHOOSING STIGLER FOR IMPRINTING
|You receive expert guidance.
|Your projects are implemented professionally.
|A versatile range of machinery is at your disposal.
|We produce on-site in Kirchheim near Munich.
DIFFERENT TYPES OF EMBOSSES
- BLIND EMBOSSED
Blind embossing requires no color or foil. It adds a tactile dimension to the paper, creating a sophisticated effect through the interplay of light and shadow.
- REGISTER EMBOSSED
In register embossing, the embossing precisely matches the printed image. While it may not be immediately visible, this variant offers a tactile surprise effect.
- HIGH EMBOSSED
The design is raised and noticeably palpable. High embossing impresses with its simple elegance.
The design is pressed into the paper, creating a recessed effect. Examples include footprints in the snow or a baby's footprints.
- RELIEF EMBOSSED
Relief embossing presents the design in multiple dimensions and layers. Even complex motifs are portrayed in a three-dimensional way.
- TEXTURED EMBOSSED
This typically large-area embossing gives the paper a distinct texture. This method is often used to enhance the covers of a brochure.
- FOIL EMBOSSING
Color pigments are transferred to the paper using a embossing stamp and heat from a carrier foil. Metallic colors such as gold, silver, or copper are commonly used. However, this process allows for a wide range of colors and special effects. For example, hot foil stamping on colored papers can produce particularly expressive effects. Learn more about hot foil stamping here.
ONLY DIE-CUTTING & EMBOSSING?
CERTAINLY NOT EVERYTHING
We can achieve special haptic effects, for example, through a delicate lamination process.