The most common badge crafts and introductions during badge customization
What are the main types of gold jewellery we commonly use? Today, I will briefly introduce the five types of custom-made gold jewellery and their characteristics:
Process one: stamping metal badge customizationp>
Stamping badges are generally high-end badges made of metal materials using metal mold stamping and other badges. Because it can better interpret the corporate strategic brand image and establish the industry purpose of the association, it has been widely loved.
Process two: enamel metal badge customization
Enamel badge. Badges made with enamel coloring are a good coloring process. They are commonly used in badges made by the military and state agencies, as well as badges, coins, and medals with special commemorative significance.
Enamel badges (also called cloisonne badges) are high-end badges in badge crafting. Mainly use red copper as the material, use enamel powder (like bean paste), burn the surface at a high temperature above 850 degrees.
Process 3: Custom-made metal badges with lacquered paint
The drawing materials mainly include copper, iron, zinc alloys, etc., among which copper is the most used and has many surfaces It has obvious concavity and convexity, good texture, suitable for some middle and high-end drawings.
1. The surface of the paint badge can be coated with a layer of transparent protective resin (Poly), and the surface will be bright and smooth after the glue is applied. This kind of paint badge can also be called a drip badge.
Second, the paint badges are brightly colored, with clear and bright lines, strong metal texture, and the price is cheaper than imitation enamel badges. It is the choice for making mid-to-high-end badges.
3. Bronze paint badges are widely used in company badges, part of the team's high-level badges, part of the collective badges, etc.
Process four: bite version metal badge customization
bite print is one of the badges, it is generally made of bronze, stainless steel, iron, aluminum Many other materials have fine lines. Because the upper surface is added with a layer of transparent resin (Poly), the hand feels slightly convex and the colors are gorgeous.
Some badges require changes in numbers, job numbers, names, etc., and it is very convenient to use the bite version of the badge. In addition, the size of the badge is larger, or the pattern lines are complex, you can use the bite version of the badge.
Compared with other processes, the production of bite-plate badges is simple, and the designed artwork film negatives, after exposure through printing, the badge artwork on the negatives will be transferred to the copper plate, and then chemical agents will be needed. The hollowed-out graphics are corroded, and then go through the processes of coloring, grinding, polishing, punching, soldering needles, electroplating, etc., and a bite version badge is completed. The delivery period of the bite version of the badge is generally 15 to 20 days.
Process 5: Customized screen printing metal badges
Generally also known as glue badge printing, because the final process of badge production is on the surface of the badge Add a layer of transparent protective resin (Polly). The materials used are mainly stainless steel and bronze. The default thickness is 0.8mm. According to different printing processes, it is divided into screen printing and flat printing.
Screen printing badges: mainly for simple graphics and fewer colors. Sometimes it is necessary to use a screen on the surface of the imitation enamel badge to overprint a variety of small graphics. Flat printing: for complex patterns and relatively high colors Many, especially with gradient colors, like tourist attraction badges are most suitable for lithographic printing. The badges produced can perfectly reproduce the scenery of scenic spots.