The metal badge belongs to one of the badges (medals)
It belongs to a kind of badge (medal), which is usually made by stamping, die casting and biting plate. The surface of the badge can be electroplated with gold, gold, silver, nickel and other electroplating effects. It has the characteristics of simple and smooth lines and concave and convex patterns. It can use baking paint, enamel, printing and other surface color technology to make the products more rich. Gold and silver badges are the most expensive, followed by bronze badges, zinc alloy badges and iron badges
What are some common materials for metal 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 the current badge making. For example, the Enamel Badge and imitation enamel badge in the high-end badge, the baking paint badge, and the relatively cheap metal badge made of iron are made by the refrigerator sticker manufacturers, which are said to be made by customers' badges 。
Copper: copper (including brass, red copper and red copper) is the preferred metal for making high-grade badges. Among them, red copper is used for making enamel badges, while brass and bronze are mainly used for imitating enamel badges and baking paint badges. Copper is a relatively soft metal material. It is used to make metal badges. The appearance of the metal badges is beautiful and the quality is high. The general thickness of the metal badges is 1.2 mm, 1.5 mm or 1.8 mm, and the thickness of commemorative medals is generally 3 mm. Iron: iron is our most common material.