Label Embossing

It is a three-dimensional effect produced by hot pressing through the embossing plate and then applying pressure on the paper. In principle, paper with a thickness of 0.20mm or more is more suitable for embossing. The thicker the paper, the more suitable, but too thick to emboss The effect will not be obvious. When the paper is too thin to withstand the pressure, the paper will easily break.

Embossing is usually combined with bronzing. It can increase the local effect and enhance the texture of the overall label, attracting consumers to be interested in the product. Ding convex is suitable for various products and applications, including wine labels, food labels, health and beauty labels, etc.