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Two common varieties of lapel pins, soft enamel and hard enamel, are used for a variety of things, including souvenirs, identification, and promotional goods. However, there are some distinctions between soft enamel and hard enamel pins in terms of how they are made, how they look, and how long they last.
Making soft enamel pins requires creating a mold of the desired pattern, filling the voids with enamel, and baking the pins to harden the enamel. A rough surface and recessed metal lines that divide the colors give soft enamel pins a 3D appearance.
On the other hand, to make hard enamel pins, enamel is poured into the mold’s cavities, the surface is polished, and the pins are baked to harden the enamel. Pins made of hard enamel have flat, smooth surfaces without any sunken lines separating the colors. They seem more upscale than soft enamel pins and are more robust and scratch-resistant.
Pins made of soft enamel are more affordable, have a textured surface, and can be produced in large quantities. Pins made of hard enamel are more costly, have a smooth surface, and seem more upscale. The cost, design, and intended use of the pins will determine whether to use soft enamel or hard enamel pins.
Having a pin concept in mind is the first step in creating enamel lapel pins. Soft enamel pins and hard enamel pins. Soft enamel pins are slightly raised and have a textured surface, while hard enamel pins are smooth and polished.
Start by creating a design for the pin. It can be done by hand, using digital software, or by working with a graphic designer. Sketch out your design on paper or using a digital drawing tool. Keep in mind the size of the pin and make sure your design is not too intricate.
Once the design is finalized, it needs to be made into a metal die, which will be used to cut the metal into the shape of the design. By using die-stamping to create enamel pins, you can achieve a clean and precise design that is durable and long-lasting.
A stamp is created to match the design of your pin. The stamp is used to press the design onto the metal base of the pin. Stamping may be less detailed than other production methods, so keep that in mind when designing your pin.
Once the enamel has hardened, the pins are polished to remove any rough spots or imperfections.You can make your enamel pins look shiny and new again. Just be careful not to damage the enamel or any other delicate parts of the pin while polishing.
The stamped metal is then filled with enamel color, which is a mixture of colored glass and metal oxides. The enamel is applied by hand or machine, then baked at high temperatures to harden the enamel.
Gift Boxes: Gift boxes can add an extra layer of sophistication and luxury to enamel pin packaging. These boxes are typically made of high-quality materials such as paperboard or tin and can be customized with the brand’s logo or design. Gift boxes can also make the pins more giftable and can be reused by the recipient.
As an experienced manufacturer of custom-made enamel pins, we offer high-quality products that are perfect for a variety of occasions.