Custom Hard Enamel Lapel Pins
Hard enamel pins are made by striking your logo into a base metal. They are smooth to the touch and are color filled and baked until cured. The raised areas and the color are on the same level and then hand polished smooth and then plated in gold, silver or copper.
What are hard enamel pins?
Hard enamel lapel pins are created by using a metal blank, die struck and the color is filled to the surface of the design. In the final process, They are then polished and then plated. They share the same process in which our products are manufactured.
How are hard enamel pins made?
Custom hard enamel lapel pins are made by creating a die using either copper, brass or iron. Copper allows for the best detailing if you plan on creating a 3D insignia. Colors are added and are matched to your proof we create for you, we use the Pantone matching system when matching the artwork. Backgrounds can also include a sandblast finish. Sandblasting gives a custom pin a two-tone jewelry-like finish.
What is a hard enamel pin?
Considered to be a smooth-surfaced pin, hard enamel lapel pins use a resin paste to achieve an authentic, hard, glass-like appearance. After the base metal has been struck, plated and polished, overfilled into the reservoirs above the level of the metal design lines. They are sanded down until the colors are even with the surface, creating a smooth, elegant jewelry-like finish.
What Are The Best Options?
We can add gemstones to any design and we have a variety od stone colors to choose from. We can add as many gemstones to a lapel pin as there are no limits to a number of stones. Sandblasting the background is a great option if you would like to add a higher perceived value to your image. If you are looking for a two-tone look, sandblasting creates a hard jewelry finish where the raised areas are shiny and recessed areas are a matte finish.
Need to add extra printing?
They can be printed on top of the hard surface to allow for extra details. We offer PMS matching to ensure your logo matches your brand. Adding extra colors to your image allow you not to have metal separating your colors. This enables you to create a product that is both vibrant and colorful and matches your image.
What makes them the highest quality? This style was originally created to resemble cloisonne, a 2000-year-old enameling process. The surface a hard enamel pin feels smooth to the touch and feels like glass.
Options and general information
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