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EMBOSSEuropean Molecular Biology Open Software Suite (bioinformatics software for analysis of protein and DNA sequences)
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Deltas embossing module is especially unique in that the converter may use this module to emboss and/or hot foil stamp in one pass of the machine," Stromberg explains.
To emboss microstructures on two sides of the plastic films, metallic rollers with a diameter of 50 mm and a width of 140 mm were used.
Schmitz of RotoMetrics says a simple test will indicate if a substrate is suitable for embossing: "Simply hand-fold down a corner of the substrate you wish to emboss.
Embossing is really about the reflectivity of the material that determines how it looks, rather than the height of the emboss.
To emboss discrete 3-D features out of a polymer sheet, an appropriate through-thickness action is needed.
The ME1500 will allow you to emboss on several plate sizes and materials and the ME1500 is available with 3 different font types to cater to all ID plate embossing needs, making this machine the most versatile and user-friendly solution for product ID and work-in-progress available today.
5) indicated that the silicon mold insert that was used to emboss the poly (methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) material and electroforming Ni mold insert embossed the polyvinyl chloride (PVC) material by hot embossing molding.