Structure emboss is embossed print where the image is only visible because it is pressed down or up in paper or cardboard. This is possibly accentuated by the use of ink, varnish or foil. Embossing is achieved by means of a (brass) blind stamp and a counter-shape. The result of the printing depends on the material to be printed, and also the depth of the embossing stamp used. A blind embossing with embossing stamp with deepened printing image is applied to the printed matter by means of pressure tension.