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Debossing is a print finishing technique in which an image, design, or text is pressed into the surface of a material, creating a depressed or indented effect. The process is often used on materials such as paper, leather, or cardboard, and can be done using a variety of methods, including heat, pressure, or a combination of both.

In debossing, a metal die is created with the design or text to be embossed. The die is then pressed into the surface of the material using a printing press, resulting in an indented impression that is recessed into the surface of the material.

Debossing is commonly used for creating a subtle, elegant, and tactile effect on items such as business cards, stationery, book covers, or packaging. It can be combined with other printing techniques, such as foil stamping or letterpress printing, to create a more elaborate and striking design.

One advantage of debossing is that it can create a lasting impression on the recipient, as the design is pressed into the material rather than simply printed on the surface. Additionally, debossing can give a high-end look and feel to printed materials, making them stand out and giving them a more luxurious appearance.

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