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Recently we introduced our Cosmetic Decorative Gallery which features nameplates, appliques and inserts used in the beauty industry for packaging. Our newest page, the Diamond Cut Gallery, focuses on diamond cutting, a process widely used in creating product identification. Use the gallery as a springboard for your imagination. See how others have used the diamond cut process to create distinctive product identification.
Request a Nameplate Materials and Processes Guide to further fuel your imagination. Custom color matches, texture and assembly are only some of the options in creating your nameplate.
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In this post, we're showcasing a collection of nameplates which have made the most out of their embossing tool. In addition to embossing letters, each one has additional details which are embossed at the same time. In a few examples a pad is embossed while leaving graphics within the pad at original height. The result is a nameplate with both embossed and debossed graphics which required only one tool. Other nameplates include wide borders which are embossed at the same time letters are embossed. This results in the pad around the letters looking like it is recessed. It's a simple option not often used. We've put together a few examples for your inspiration.
Our new Cosmetic Decorative Gallery features a wide variety of custom manufactured decoratives on metal and plastic substrates for the cosmetics, fragrance, aromotherapy, skin care and personal care industries.
Embossing, brushing, spinning, doming and diamond cutting are a perfect complement for your jar and bottle packaging. We combine these decorative processes and others with expertise in using color and texture to transform packaging into a product that is uniquely yours. Innovative layering of processes creates depth and special effects. Explore the gallery to see many options for creating distinctive and versatile custom manufactured decoratives.
Request a Nameplate Materials and Processes Guide to begin exploring the options available to you in creating your product branding. Custom color matches, texture and assembly are only some of the options in creating your nameplate.
Today I would like to share 12 aluminum nameplates which are enhanced with bright aluminum graphics. This option is used as a slightly less polished alternative to chrome or mirror finishes. When contrasted with metallic silver, brushed or satin finishes it creates an elegant tone-on-tone look. The high contrast look of bright aluminum and black is also a popular option in product branding. Which one of these inspire you most? Enjoy!
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