What Is the Difference between Hard Enamel Badge and Soft Enamel Badge?
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What Is the Difference between Hard Enamel Badge and Soft Enamel Badge?

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What Is the Difference between Hard Enamel Badge and Soft Enamel Badge?

Hard enamel badge

Enamel is the most traditional color material for lapel pin badge, its color can be preserved for 100 years without discoloration. All color ore powders are imported from Japan.

The color powder filled on the badge must be fired at a temperature of 800 degrees Celsius to be melted into one, and then cooled at room temperature.

Usually we have to burn the powder of various colors several times to ensure that the color blocks of the product are not confused.

Hard enamel is more complex in working procedure than the others, so the unit price is also the most expensive.

Material: red copper.

Color: use the ore imported from Japan and ground it into powder. 

Pattern: Mold heavy press forming (stamping method)

Color chart: Aoki or vase or JS color chart card

Production process: mold engraving → heavy press forming → external current cutting → color filling → high temperature 800 ° C firing → grinding stone → welding accessories → polishing → plating → packaging

enamel badge

Soft enamel badge

The imitation enamel was also named soft enamel or synthetic enamel, which was invented in early 1990.

It replaces some part of the enamel products because of their similar appearance , but it can reduce costs with faster delivery and more colors to choose from. The color of soft enamel badge is bright, smooth, and shiny.

Because of the high texture, you will cherish them as you cherish your jewelry.

Despite the high similarity between the hard enamel and soft enamel, you can still see the difference. Use sharp objects to smudge the color. If you can click on the color, it is a imitation, if you find it difficult, then it’s an enamel product, because the material used in hard enamel is ore powder, so the color surface is hard.

Material: copper or bronze

Color: colorful resin

Pattern: Mold heavy press forming (stamping method)

Color chart: Pantone color ticket

Production process: mold engraving → heavy press forming → external shape cutting → welding accessories → color filling → baking temperature is 80 °? 100 ° C → plane grindstone → polishing → electroplating → packaging

badge

Discrimination method

1 Use a knife or a needle to draw or stab two custom enamel pin badge.

2 The hard enamel badge will not be scratched or pinched by the knife or needle. The scratches and pinholes only appear on the soft enamel badge. This is the easiest way to tell.

3 hard enamel badges are generally use enamel powder, after high temperature baking, the texture will be very hard. While soft enamel badges are generally filled with resin, and the baking temperature is lower than the hard enamel badges. When the temperature gets high, it will become soft easily.

4 There is also a method that is easy to identify with the naked eye. The color of hard enamel badge is darker than soft enamel badge, and there are many pockmarks on the back of the metal. Because there are not many types of enamel pigments used in hard enamel, the true badge color is not very bright. The artificial color of the resin color filled in soft enamel badge is generally brighter. Welcome to design your own lapel pin on our website!

 


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