File Format and other considerations Print Production


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File Format and other considerations

Of course when you're working on any job for print, you should communicate with your printer. But when you're working on a project that involves embossing, you really need to be careful about the way you communicate with your printer or your die maker. There are a lot of details that you need to know when you're preparing your work for this kind of a job. Early on, you should specify whether the embossing is going to be blind embossing, and that means embossing on an area of the job that's not printed. Or whether it's going to need to be registered to print, because that may dictate the material that they use to create the die.

And that may also dictate the kind of artwork you can use in embossing. And of course you should ask how art should be supplied for any embossing project. But especially one that involves embossing and foil stamping on the same area. That's something called a combination die. Always indicate the kind of edge that you want on the embossing. Do you want...

File Format and other considerations
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File Format and other considerations provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Claudia McCue as part of the Print Production Essentials: Embossing, Foil Stamping, and Die Cutting

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Design
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Illustrator InDesign
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