Thermography Processes Printing Publishing and Printing
Thermography, also known as raised printing, involves applying a powder to paper with wet ink on it, and then heating the paper to make the powder adhere. Popular uses include business stationery, presentation folders, annual report covers, announcements, greeting cards, packaging, wrapping paper, and point of purchase displays. Sites placed in this category should deal primarily with this printing process. This includes sites of trade associations, companies selling equipment and supplies, and any site providing resources about the process. In contrast, the sites of printing companies that use this process are not listed here; instead, each printing company is listed in a category based on the type of product it produces.
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- Worldwide Printing Thermographers Association - Trade association. Includes a description of the process, thermography common uses, and membership list with links to thermography member websites.
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