Although similar, letterpress uses liquid ink and is much more costly. The main advantage of embossing, aside from cost, is that it can be added to pre-made products, such as those in our packaging line. A logo die is stamped directly onto the product (such as a lid on a box or folded welcome folder), where as a letterpress can only be used on flat sheets before product production. This means that we can add hot foil stamping to virtually any packaging product offered in the Paper Shop!
Articles in this section
- Can I change the placement of my logo after my initial order, once my die is on file?
- Do I receive a proof every time I place an embossing order?
- Can I use the same logo file for embossing and engraving?
- Can I order embossing in multiple colors?
- What does the flat rate embossing fee include?
- What specifications are required for uploading my logo?
- How long does embossing take?
- I want custom embossing! How can I get started?
- What’s the difference between letterpress and embossing?
- What is embossing?