How much do you know about metal badges
Metal badges belong to one of the badges (medals), which are usually made by stamping, die casting and biting plate technology. The surface of metal badges can be electroplated with gold, gold, silver and nickel. It has the characteristics of simple line circulation, concave and convex picture, and can choose the surface color technology such as baking varnish, enamel, printing, etc. to make the product more abundant.
The original metal badge is used to make lacquer badge, soft Enamel Badge, gutting badge, printing badge, convex and concave badge. The metal badge is processed into exquisite badge with rich color through baking varnish or soft enamel process. The metal badge has strong three-dimensional sense and various stripes are outstanding. It is a badge product used by Zui in high-end users. If the metal badges are made into convex and concave pictures without color, the manufacturing period will be shorter, which is suitable for mass production of badges.
Metal badge customization is made of copper, iron, zinc alloy, gold and silver and other metal materials through a certain badge process. In recent years, the collection value of badges has become more and more prominent. In particular, the badges and commemorative badges made of metal materials have become the mainstream of badge manufacturing. For example, enamel badges and imitation enamel badges in high-end badges, as well as the relatively cheap metal badges made of iron with relatively low prices. The refrigerator sticker manufacturers say these are made by customers' badges
Copper: copper (including brass, red copper and red copper) is the preferred metal for manufacturing high-end badges. Among them, red copper is used for enamel badges, while brass and bronze are mainly used for imitation enamel badges and enameled badges. Copper is a relatively soft metal material. It is used to make metal badges. The metal badges are beautiful in appearance and high in quality. Their thickness is generally 1.2 mm, 1.5 mm or 1.8 mm, and the thickness of commemorative medals is generally 3 mm. Iron: iron is a common material of Zui