Thermography Printing:

This process produces raised printing similar in appearance to engraving.   In thermography, a special powder is added to the ink printed on the paper.   The printed piece is heated and the powder and ink mixture dries to form a raised effect on the paper.   Thermography is often used in business card, letterhead, and invitation printing.   You can choose glossy, flat or metallic finishes.

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When your color requirements need to be precise — when your company logo's color is PMS #199 and that's how it must come out in print — our Spot (PMS) Offset Printer will match it.