Introduction to enamel pins
Enamel pins are a type of badge (medals), which are generally made by stamping, die-casting, biting, etc. The surface of the badge can be electroplated with gold, ancient gold, ancient silver, nickel, and other electroplating effects. It has the characteristics of simple and smooth lines and uneven patterns. Surface coloring techniques such as baking varnish, enamel, printing, etc. can be used to enrich the products.
Features of enamel pins
Original enamel pins are the first step in making paint badges, soft enamel badges, glue badges, printed badges, and embossed badges. The enamel pins are processed into exquisite badges with rich colors through baking varnish or soft enamel technology.
The enamel pins have a strong three-dimensional effect, and various patterns are prominent. It is the most popular badge product used by high-end users. After the colored enamel pins are made into convex and concave patterns, the production cycle will be shorter, which is suitable for mass production of badges.