A badge is a sign that is worn on the body to represent one's identity and occupation. Metal badges are a type of badge that is made by stamping, die-casting, and biting. Gold, ancient gold, ancient silver, nickel, and other electroplating effects can be applied to the badge's surface. It has simple and smooth lines, concavity and convexity of the pattern, and so on. Surface color crafts such as baking varnish, enamel, and printing can be used to increase the product's availability.
Metal badges are made of materials such as pure silver, pure gold, copper, iron, stainless steel, zinc aluminum alloy, and other metals. In recent years, the collectibility of badges has grown in popularity. In particular, badges made of metal materials, such as enamel badges, imitation enamel badges, and lacquered badges in high-end badges, have become mainstream in the manufacturing process, and metal badges made of iron are relatively inexpensive. Here is Soft Enamel.
Computer drawings replaced manual drawings as computer technology became more popular. Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Corel Draw are common production software for badge artwork design. If people want to create 3D badge renderings, 3D Max and other software must be compatible.
To engrave the mold, the computer-designed manuscript must be imported into the engraving machine program and the tool path must be edited. The thickness of the knife pattern should be noted during the engraving process, and the mold should be compared to the picture after engraving to check the loss. Finally, heat treatment is required to increase the hardness and durability of the mold.
Install a regular heat-treated mold on the pressing table and transfer the pattern to the badge using various materials such as copper or iron.
Punch the products down after pressing them according to their shape with a pre-made knife mold.
Put the product punched out by the knife into a polishing machine to remove the punched burrs and improve the product's finish.
On the back of the product, the solder badge standard accessories or the accessories required by the customer.
The badges are electroplated according to customer specifications, which can include gold-plating, silver-plating, nickel-plating, copper-plating, and so on, and then colored. Bake at a high temperature after finishing the color to improve the color's fastness. This allows for the creation of a complete badge that meets the requirements of the guest.
Ordinary packaging and high-end packaging, such as brocade boxes, are generally separated. We generally operate by customer specifications.