It belongs to a type of badge (medal), which is generally made by stamping, die-casting, and biting. The surface of the badge can be electroplated with gold, ancient gold, ancient silver, nickel and other electroplating effects. It has the characteristics of concise and smooth lines, and concavity and convexity of the pattern. Surface color techniques such as baking varnish, enamel, printing, etc. can be used to make the product more rich. Gold and silver badges are the most expensive, followed by copper badges, zinc alloy badges, and iron badges that are the cheapest.
What are some common materials for metal badges? Customized metal badges are made by using metal materials such as copper, iron, zinc alloy, gold and silver, etc., through a certain badge process. In recent years, the collection value of badges has become more and more prominent. In particular, badges and medals made of metal materials have become the mainstream of badge production, such as enamel badges and imitation enamel badges in high-end badges, as well as lacquered badges. And relatively cheap metal badges made of iron.
Copper: Copper (including brass, red copper, and red copper) is the metal of choice for making high-end badges. Among them, copper is used for enamel badges, and brass and bronze are mainly used for metal badges such as imitation enamel badges and lacquered 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.
Iron: Iron is one of our most common materials.