Common Metal Badge Making Process 1
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Common Metal Badge Making Process 1

Paint badge

The production materials are copper, iron, zinc alloy, etc. Among them, copper is the most used and relatively expensive. Iron paint badges are the cheapest. Its surface has obvious bumpiness and good texture, which is suitable for the production of some high-grade badges. It is widely used in military special status symbols, advertising, communication, gift corporate culture inheritance and brand publicity.


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 being glued. This paint badge can also be called a drip plastic badge.

2. Painted badges have bright colors, clear lines, and strong metal texture. The inner concave part of the metal can be painted with pigment paste, and the raised part is the metal effect after electroplating. Many kinds of metals can be used as the material, and the price is slightly cheaper than the imitation enamel badges. It is the first choice for making high-end badges.

3. Bronze paint badges are widely used in company badges and some team's intermediate and advanced badges, as well as some collection badges.


1. Etching

With a specially prepared chemical acid, it is etched to make its characters and patterns appear. It is commonly used in employee badges, metal badges, badges, nameplates and plaques.

2. Die stamping

The badges made by one-time craftsmen developed and developed by the craftsmen can be stamped, die-casted, and injection-molded at one time. They are mostly used for the production of metal badges, logos, and high-end badges. It is often known for its three-dimensional appearance.

3. Exquisite printing

It is cut with machine printing pattern, pasted on metal or other materials, and then the surface is dripped (added wave). This process is mostly used in customers' high-quality requirements for exquisite patterns, such as color gradation and layered performance.

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