Old School That’s Still Cool.
Thermography has been around a long time. It was originally invented as a lower-cost substitute for engraving. The thermographic printing process raises type and images slightly above the surface of paper. This makes for an interesting tactile effect that is popular with designers on business cards, invitations, certificates, and more.
Here are some frequently asked questions we get about this process.
What size sheet can you print?
9" x 12"
What colors can you print with thermography?
You can print in black, white, and in color. You can also print gold, silver and with clear inks.
How detailed can an image be?
Thermography works best for normal weight or bold type. Fine lines and script can have problems reproducing. If you have questions about artwork, please give us a call and we will be happy to help.