Soft enamel pins have raised metal edges that give them texture, and offer more design flexibility.
Hard enamel pins are smooth and shiny, more durable, and take longer to make.
Best to apply raised and recessed metal.
Uses soft enamels that form valleys between metal lines.
Uses hard enamel that is polished flat across the design surface.
Thin Epoxy Coating-the design is protected with a flat, single epoxy layer.
The design is customized with any shape and size.
With thick epoxy Dome- the thick epoxy coating is applied to seal creating a dome shape.
A common offset printing technique is used to get sharp colors
Gold finished polished
Dark finished polish
Shiny finished polis
Nickel finished polish.
Copper finished polish.
Rose gold finished polish
Chrome finished polish.
Gold-finished polish with a distressed effect
Silver-finished polish with a distressed effect.
Brass-finished polish with a distressed effect.
Nickel finished polish with a distressed effect.
Copper finished polish and brass brushed surface for an aged look.
Coated base with black paint to create a deep effect.
Single-color is used for the metal design.
Two colors are used for the metal design
A black rubber is made to secure a pin backing.
Pin backing is secured with a rubber clutch.
This pin backing comes with a brushed metal texture.
Magnet backing is attached to a pin with another magnet.
Commonly attached backing to pin.
This backing allows pins to be attached to buttons.