Embossing is one of many techniques offered by Detroit Name Plate Etching which produces name plates, metal tags, and data tags, to name a few. Embossing is a stamping process which produces raised or sunken letters, numbers, or designs in sheet metals. Since the process is similar to dye-cutting, large quantities can be produced at once, if needed, and the product can be produced in a variety of shapes. The process of stamping information into metal will not change the metal’s thickness, thus providing you with the original sturdiness of the product you ordered as well as information that can stand the test of time.
Embossing works well on a variety of metals including:
- stainless steel
- carbon steel
Metal embossing is used in a variety of products, such as:
- logo plates
- industrial tags and labels
- caution plates
- metal plates
Embossing is favored by many in the manufacturing business and in plants where harsh conditions or general wear and tear is a concern. Embossed caution plates used in plants or warehouses contain warning or security information that will not easily wear away.
Various industries use embossing tags for tracking equipment, parts, or products. Such tags offer years of durability even if painted over or if exposed to extreme environmental condition.
Embossed nameplates or logos will not only be long-lasting but offer an attractive way of calling attention to your sign. The addition of color to such plates or logos is another consideration when creating this type of product.
Detroit Name Plate Etching has been in business and meeting the needs of countless customers for over 100 years. We are ready to work with you, put our design team to work for you, and produce a product that meets your satisfaction. Contact us to discuss your particular needs and to learn if the attractiveness or durability of embossing will work for you.