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Iron is one of our most common materials. It has a characteristic of good hardness and relatively cheap price. Therefore, the price of metal badges made of iron is much cheaper, and the surface of the iron badges is electroplated or painted. The effect is very similar to the copper badge, and it also has a better texture. However, one disadvantage of custom-made ferrous metal badges is that if they are shipped by sea for a long time, they are easy to rust, so we do not recommend foreign customers to choose ferrous badges.
Copper (including brass, red copper, and red copper) is the metal for high-end badges. Among them, copper is used for the production of enamel badges, and brass and bronze are mainly used for imitation. Customized metal badges such as enamel badges and painted badges. Copper is a relatively soft metal material. It uses more materials to make metal badges. The metal badges produced are beautiful in appearance and high in quality. The general thickness is 1.2 mm, 1.5 mm or 1.8 mm, and the thickness of the medal is generally 3 mm. . Customized badges
Stainless steel is also called stainless steel, mainly used to make printed badges, also called glue badges , Its thickness is generally 0.5mm and 0.8mm. The main features of customized stainless steel metal badges are strong corrosion resistance, durable metal and cost-effective, and its surface printing colors are rich, and the decorative effect is outstanding. It is a good choice for making badges.
Zinc alloy is the material used for die-cast metal badges. Zinc alloy has several characteristics and is very suitable for custom-made metal badges, suitable for making three-dimensional badges and double-sided commemorative coins. Good casting performance, it can die-cast complex shape, thin-walled rice dense parts, the surface of the casting is smooth; the surface can be electroplated, painted, sprayed and other processes; it does not attract iron or stick to the mold during die-casting; it has good mechanical properties at room temperature Wear resistance, etc.; low melting point, melting at 385 degrees, easy to die-casting, etc. Of course, metal badges made of zinc alloy also have their disadvantages, such as poor corrosion resistance, and their service life is much worse than that of copper badges.
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