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Embossing is the process used to raise a pattern of copy above the original (normal) surface by the use of matched male and female dies. Stamping is the opposite and used to depress copy below the surface. Metals suitable for embossing and stamping include aluminum, brass, CRS and stainless. In general, metals which have been annealed, are more easily embossed. Material thickness can vary from 0.003 foils to 0.063 thick aluminum. Our fabrication capabilities include shearing, stamping, forming, holes, corners (clipped, scalloped, ROUNDED), embossing, SERIAL NUMBERS and ADHESIVE.
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Material

Alloy

Thickness

Finish

ALUMINUM 1100
3003
5005
0.003 in.
0.005 in.
0.008 in.
0.012 in.
0.016 in.
0.020 in.
0.025 in.
0.032 in.
0.040 in.
0.050 in.
0.063 in.
Brushed (Commerical Brushed Finish)
Mill (Light Grain Finish)
BRASS 70/30 (260)
85/15 (230)
0.016 in.
0.020 in.
0.024 in.
0.032 in.
0.040 in.
0.050 in.
0.063 in.
Brushed (Commercial Brushed Finish)
Mill (Light Grain Finish)
CRS DQ
Half Hard
0.020 in.
0.050 in.
Brushed (Commercial Brushed Finish)
Mill (Light Grain Finish)
STAINLESS STEEL 304
316
321
410
0.016 in.
0.018 in.
0.024 in.
0.030 in.
#4
#8
2B
Brite Polished Finish
Commercial Brushed Finish
Matte Finish
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