Thermographic Printing

Thermographic printing (raised printing) is a post print technology of producing a tactile raised print. The printed area is dusted while wet with low-melting polymer powder which sticks to the ink. The excess powder is removed from non-printed areas by shaking off or blowing off. Then the substrate is heated, and, as a result, the powder melts and forms a raised relief on the substrate. The powder that is used in thermographic printing can be transparent, glossy or matte.

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