Embossing in garment printing is a process which creates an impression on the fabric’s surface. It involves applying pressure to the garment and leaving behind a raised or depressed image or pattern—also known as blind printing or relief printing. There are two kinds of embossing: blind embossing and foil. Blind embossing produces a raised or depressed mark that is the same as the garment itself, while foil adds a metallic or colored foil layer to these areas.
Embossing is a longer printing process and has a minimum of 50pcs. We have to create a metal stencil for this method, so some designs are more suitable than others. Feel free to email us to learn more.
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