|Item||Custom Metal Enamel Hat Pin|
|Material||Iron/ brass/aluminum/zinc alloy|
|Process method||Stamping/die casting +polishing(+epoxy)|
|Finishing||Plating on surface|
Gold, antique gold, silver, antique silver,nickel,antique nickel,black nickel, matte nickel, chrome, brass,copper,etc.
|Fittings||Butterfly clutch, safety pin, germen type pin, sticker, magnet,brooch pin, jewelry clutch,deluxe,etc.|
|Color||Die struck/enamel infilled|
|Usage||Promotional gifts, advertising,souvenirs|
|Payment||30% deposit and balance before delivery;|
|Delivery time||10-17 days (according to the quantity)|
Free artwork,free virtual sample,fast delivery, direct factory price
The Die Struck Soft Enamel process is arguably the most recognizable process for making lapel pins and is most notable for its embossed look and feel.
Key Features: Enamel colors sit below the surface giving the pin an embossed look and feel
Best uses: For a traditional look and good quality at an affordable price.
How are they made?
We start by making a die with your design in it and we use this die to strike your design in an iron,brass or zinc alloy base metal. If called for in your design we hand sand blast the pin to create the textured or "sandblast" background. After this stage enamel colors are applied to the recessed areas based on your design. A syringe filled with enamel paints is used to apply the color to the wells created by the stamping process. Your pins are than baked in a 350 degree oven to cure the enamel. A trim tool is than used to carefully cut out the outside shape of your lapel pin. The raised surface of your lapel pin is than polished to a mirror like finish. Finally, the attachment of your choice is applied and your pin is inspected for quality and packaged for shipping.