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The aluminum overlays shown here illustrate the mileage you can get out of your tooling investment through the use of an interchangeable emboss. They pair a unique emboss with an update to the printed finish to create distinctly different parts to be used on various models. The options are endless and cost-effective.
Embossing raises sections of a design creating a focal point on a nameplate, badge or logo. On the first example shown here, a skull is embossed in bright aluminum against a textured black background. Embossing is used on the second badge to create symmetry and dimension while drawing the eye from the top to the bottom of the design. A brushed finish differentiates the background of the logo from the vertical embossed bright aluminum lines. The third nameplate layers the movement of an embossed engine turn finish with the fine detail of a printed carbon fiber finish. This combination adds considerable movement.
Investing in a versatile tool and process creates several design opportunities to ensure the best look for your nameplate.
Request a Nameplate Materials and Processes Guide to begin exploring the options available to you in creating your product branding.
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