Medal badge making process

With the increase in the number of various occasions in daily life and the intensification of competition on various tracks, medals have become increasingly important as a special "souvenir" with a competitive spirit. Whether it's awarding awards to the winners of the school sports meeting or outstanding employees of the company's annual meeting, whether it's to commemorate the wedding anniversary between husband and wife or to celebrate the birthdays of elders, special souvenirs can reflect its own on different occasions. Value reflects some special emotions.
Therefore, under normal circumstances, in order to commemorate the start of construction, anniversary celebrations, special gatherings, wedding banquets and birthdays, people need to customize commemorative medals to express their emotions in form, and what medal badges can do is to make this "commemorative" "It becomes more beautiful and unique. Next, let's take a look at the production process!

1. Stamping
When we are faced with badge raw materials of copper, zinc alloy, aluminum, iron and other metals, it is usually in the form of stamping badges. Among them, copper has become the most suitable material for making badges because of its soft characteristics. The surface of the stamped badge can also show various electroplating effects, such as copper plating, nickel plating, gold plating, etc., and the concave pattern can also be processed into a special frosted effect to increase the refinement and high-level sense of the medal.
2. Enamel
The enamel material has a smooth surface and is also very suitable for electroplating or filling in various colors. At the same time, Lian Yongxu can also use various colors of enamel paint to fill and bake the metal, and then use the polishing of the cylinder to smooth the metal to reduce the untimely bumpy feeling and increase the smoothness of the lines. Compared with the stamping we have introduced above, this process is flat and has no bumps, which is more suitable for advanced medal making. The collection value of the final product will also be greater.
3. Baking paint
As mentioned above, the process of baking paint is to increase the unevenness of the medal. Similarly, baking paint can also be electroplated with various colors, but the pattern of the concave can also be filled with colors through baking paint to increase the richness of colors. It must be pointed out that baking paint is a process link that is only carried out after stamping or casting. The lacquer is injected into the groove of the metal with a syringe, and then dried. The different color blocks are connected with each other in light and dark, which makes the finished medal more vivid. It is usually suitable for use as image badges or event commemorative badges for enterprises and institutions.
4. Printing Epoxy
Printing glue is divided into screen printing and lithographic printing, or it is also called "epixing process", because the final process of the badge is to coat a transparent resin protective layer on the surface of the badge, and the materials used are mainly Both stainless steel and bronze. Screen printing is mainly for simple patterns or elements with a single color. The elements with various colors and complicated patterns, especially gradient elements, are more dependent on lithography.