Luc Volders shares:
One of the most difficult things to do as a hobby bookbinder is to make a cover with relief (also called embossed). I made some of them and it was a tedious job whhich I never really got right.
However time has passed on and techniques have evolved. So I just invented the best way to make a cover with relief. I am going to show you how this is easily done with a 3D printer.
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