(raised-letter printing) is a printing process that produces a look that
is similar to
Thermography is fast becoming a popular choice for invitations and
announcements because of its ability to enhance the printed text and
overall stationery quality. Quite often, thermography appears even
more raised than some engraved printing.
after printing, the (still wet) ink is dusted with a powder resin. The
powder is then removed, so that it remains only on the inked areas. The
printed piece then passes under heaters, which melts the resin and fuses
it to the ink - producing a "raised" image or text!