The sales of address embossers for envelopes, monogram embossers, library seals and other personalized embossers have skyrocketed in the past few years, as monogramming and personalizing has become more popular. As the demand has increased, the number of options for those planning weddings or simply looking to add a personal touch to greeting cards has increased as well.
The fickleness of the modern world is the reason for a huge concern about the security and originality of documents. An embossed document can not be photocopied, photographed or otherwise duplicated. Whether it is a student transcript, birth or marriage certificates, a contract or any other document required to be certified or notarized - a rugged, electric embosser will do the job.
The act of making a raised impression on paper is called embossing. Today, there are two types of embossers: hand-held and electric. For the fastest, most economical approach electric embossers are useful, since they are best for embossing in an office environment.
Electric embossers are more useful for the repetitive embossing and frequent use. They were developed for a high-volume use; therefore, the same embossing die on an electric embosser can be used again and again for the documents, such as legal papers, certificates, diplomas and transcripts. Moreover, electric embossers can serve in a workmanlike manner for years and yo do not have to bother about any mechanical damaging.
When choosing an electric embosser for your needs, consider the amount of use you anticipate. If you want around twenty thousand quality impressions, a motorized unit is what you need, as it offers an excellent entry-level start. If you are planning on a very high-volume use (around two hundred thousand impressions), consider a Heavy Duty model. When selecting an electric embosser, you should not forget about the type of paper you will be embossing - regular 20 lb. to 24 lb. paper or a thicker cardstock. Custom logo dies, for instance, are engraved in brass to ensure the longest possible service. It is the depth of the embossing die that determines how it will work. A shallower die suits best for the thin paper embossing, while a deeper die is perfect for thicker paper.
There are some things you should remember when purchasing an engraved die for the use with an electrical embosser. First of all, you should see the layout and design of an embossed image. A black and white text sample will appear different when rendered as an embossed image. If you need to do some wording corrections, be sure that you do them before the die is actually made for you. Electrical embossers are custom-tailored for your needs. Hence, acquiring a refund for this truly customized product may prove difficult.
If you choose an electrical embosser - no matter what type you will prefer - be sure that you will get years of quality embossed images. Electrical embossers offer an economic pricing, flexibility and a beautiful presentation. It makes them ideal for businesses. It is worth your time to research and find an electrical embosser that is tailored to your specific needs.