embossable

embossable

(ɪmˈbɒsəbəl)
adj
(Art Terms) able to be embossed
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A typical NovaVision package included the licence for use, retro-fit equipment for a variety of printing presses and supply of the proprietary and embossable material used in the process.
Recent developments within Ahlstrom's EasyLife product range include new embossable materials and additional 3D capabilities which will enhance the design possibilities in wall coverings, as well as the use of certified pulp making them more sustainable than previous generations.
5-dimensional formed parts delivers good chemical and abrasion resistance is embossable and requires no post-curing step.
The company says it has developed a direct embossable PET film produced with a special surface layer that can be embossed directly without any offline coating, an expensive process.
First, an embosser had to be created that could accept a symbol from a computer and convert that symbol into an embossable pattern of dots corresponding to a braille character.
It comes with one custom insert and a snap-closure storage pouch, plus a package of 42 gold, embossable certificate stickers (2" diameter) with permanent adhesive on the back.
All of these inks are foil-stampable, UV-coatable, embossable and laser-friendly.
Several of the products are thermally embossable and flexible when warm, and some others are flexible when warm and set when cooled.
The Moncure MDF plant produces several embossable grades, including Emboss and Emboss Lite.
This was the product which introduced the company to holography and led it to adapt its polyester manufacturing technologies to produce embossable films.
Highlights for the quarter included the launch of some new products including metalized poster papers and embossable wallcoverings.