The popular process way can be:
1>Iron(Copper, Brass) die stamped with/wthout soft enamel/ hard enamel
2>Zinc alloy(Pewter) die castong with/ without soft enamel/ hard enamel
3>Brass(stainless Steel, Aluminum) printig
Cloisonne / Hard Enamel
This original technique was developed by the Chinese thousand of years ago to make prestige
ornaments. Cloisonne items can be considered more as collectable jewels than just simply
promotional iems. Hard enamel being a glass-like material, Cloisonne pins will last for a life time.
Imitation Cloisonne / Synthetic Enamel
Syntheti Enamel is a modern subsitute for Hard Enamel. This Process provides an outstanding
quality finish with reasonable price adn a much border range of colors to choose from. Colors
appear much brighter and flashy. Unique to this process, stoning and polishing produce a recog-
-nizable flat, shiny surface. Imitatin Cloisonne pins will last a life time.
Copper(Brass) Stamped With Soft Enamel
This process way is another subsitute for real Cloisonne/ imitation Enamel and probably the most
commonly used. It differs in the color technique. The Colours are not completely filled in the recessed
areas and the metal borders are much more visible. This process is also frequently use for items with
no coloring and with 3D relief.
Zinc Alloy Die Casting
The main characteristic of Zinc Alloy Die Cating compared with the previous processes is the ability
to make metal items in 3D. The result is perfect and gives a strong impression of quality. Neverthe-
-less, this process sometimes encounters imitations when dealing with complicated designs.
We are able to accept OEM or ODM orders due to our rich experience of Metal badge and R&D capability and skillful staff. Please tell your requirements and discuss with our sales and engineering team, then we would give you a feasible proposal.
Our advantage on R&D:
1. Rich experience in Metal badge research and development
2. Import Taiwan Stamping Machine and CNC Moulding Machince
3. Professional Badge ProductionTeam, the master of each depepartment working on badge line over 10 years.
And the factory's leaders are all professional badge man too.
4. over 50% first line workers are working on badges about 3-4 years.