Embossing and embossing is a process in which a pair of rollers engraved with a certain depth of pattern presses the fabric at a certain temperature so that the fabric produces a concave-convex pattern with a relief-style three-dimensional effect and a special gloss effect.
Simply put, it is a finishing process that uses mechanical external force to produce a three-dimensional pattern effect on the cloth surface. The fabric treated in this way has a three-dimensional effect on the surface. Custom embossed fabric
is to customize your favorite patterns according to your personal hobbies.
The initial embossing process is mainly to pick plants and flowers in nature, after various physical and chemical processing and use other special methods for dehydration, pressing, and drying, so that it can retain the original shape, and then through the designers conceive the design, the handcraft that adds it to the product.
With the ever-changing and rapid development of production technology, textile embossing machines appeared. Since then, the process has become less cumbersome, and embossed products have become more diverse and more beautiful.
In layman's terms, embossing is a process that uses uneven rollers to iron out corresponding patterns on fabrics at a certain temperature. It is a process without adding dyes; The contrast between the hot parts creates visual or tactile bumps, which is different from the printing process.