What is the difference between true enamel Lapel Pin and imitation enamel Lapel Pin?
Published on Oct. 10, 2019
There are some tips to introduce to you. Enamel is the most traditional badge color material, its color can be saved for 100 years without discoloration. It started in the Ming Dynasty Jingtai, and it was only blue when it was first created, so it was called cloisonne. It is a unique process of combining porcelain and copper. Beijing is the birthplace of cloisonne technology. During the Jingtai period of the Ming Dynasty, from 1450 to 1456, artisans discovered a dark blue glaze material. Crafts made from this material are called "cloisonne." In the production of cloisonne, the pattern is patterned on the copper tire by using a copper tire and then a flat copper wire and then filled with an enamel glaze of different colors to fill the pattern. This process is completed after repeated sintering, polishing and gold plating is completed, so it is also called Qiasi Enamel. The sputum is also a composite craft product integrating metal production and enamel processing. In addition to the silk enamel device, according to its different metal processing technology and enamel glaze treatment methods.
Enamel Lapel Pin's 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 in multiple times to ensure that the color blocks of the product are not confused.
Harder than the other, because the other color materials are more complicated in the construction process, so the unit price is also the most expensive.
Material: red copper
Color: ore, ground into powder, imported from Japan
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
Metal Lapel Pin
The imitation badge was also named Soft Cloisonne or Synthetic Cloisonne, which was invented in early 1990. It replaces some of the most authentic products, because the appearance is similar to the real one, but it can reduce costs, faster delivery and more colors to choose from. Customers always compliment imitation products because their color is bright, smooth, and shiny. Because of the high texture, you will cherish them as you cherish your jewelry. Despite Hard Enamel Lapel Pin, the similarity between the imitations is high, but you can still see the difference. Use sharp objects to smudge the color. If you can click into the color, it is an imitation, if you find it difficult Because it is a true product, because the true coloring material is ore powder, so the color surface is hard.
Material: copper or bronze
Color: color resin
Pattern: mold pressure forming
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
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