Custom Soft Enamel Pins – Great Enamel Pins
Custom Soft Enamel Pins are the most popular pin types of the enamel custom lapel pins selection. The textured feeling between the raised and recessed areas gives them that unique touch.
Soft enamel pins are made by die strucking your design into bronze or copper and filled with soft enamel allowing for contrast between the metal and enamel then polished.
There are various types of metal plating available for this process. A thin coat of epoxy photo dome is an option to be be considered depending on your design and needs.
What Type of Products use Self Adhesive Fabric Labels?
You will often find self-adhesive woven labels on rugs, carpets, upholstery, boxes, shoes and sometimes furniture.The best part of ordering a Self Adhesive Woven Labels is the ease of application. Just like putting on a band-aide, you just need to peel off the backing to expose the ‘sticky’ and put it on your item.
If your item is one that will be washed often or will be heavily worn, sewing your labels on would be the most practical answer for you.
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Ordering Your Soft Enamel Lapel Pins From Start To Finish
1 Quote Request. Submit your project’s details: your logo, quantity, size needed.
2 Approve. Review & Approve Artwork Proof and Price Quote.
3 Confirm. Billing, Shipping Information & Pre-Production Sample.
4 Order. Final order submitted for production.
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Why Choose Us?
- 100% Satisfaction guarantee. We aren’t happy until You’re happy!
- Very Low minimum order quantity at affordable prices: Our minimums is Only 100 Pieces !!!
- More value for your money Free Artwork Revisions ($70 Value). We use the PMS color chart for color matching.
- Fast Production 10 Working Days Standard Production time Rush Service Available.Your Pins will be ready to ship in 3 weeks or less.
- Peace of mind We are a U.S. Based Company. If you need to contact us, We will be here for you!
What Our Clients Say About Our Custom Pins
“I really like the process it takes before I can put my order of my custom made lapel pin in production because it assures me I’m going to get what I want. I also like the fact I can email a representative and get a response almost the same day.”Juan Duran – City Kids Clothing
“5 Star Rating!”Kelle Pierce – Cobalt Boats
“Got the pins and patches they look good. Thanks!”Karl H – Las Vegas
Frequently Asked Questions About Custom Enamel Pins
They are metal pins where the design is die-struck with a pre-made mold, into the metal. The design has lines of raised metal (metal lines that separate the colors) and the pockets are filled with liquid soft enamel paint colors. The result is a textured look that so many love.
There is a variety of plating options for your die struck soft enamel pins. Silver, Bronze, Nickel, Black Nickel are some of the most popular ones. For a classy look, we also have antique silver, antique gold, antique copper for your metal pin finish.
Overall, if we aggregate the cost of the mold fee and the per pin price, your total will be around $150-$220 for a 1″ enamel pin.
They are very popular as award pins, awareness ribbon pins, employee pins, flag pins, team trading pins, school pins, and most decorative flair pins uses.
While some art designed will look beautiful as an enamel pin, some others will look better as a screen printed pin or offset printed pin. Please fill out the free quote request form, upload your artwork, and let us know the size and use you will be giving to the pin, and one of our customer service representatives will let you know if it will work or which of the many pin styles available will work best for you. I want my pins too look beautiful and classy.
We love the look of antique pins and sandblasted pins, together with your soft enamel colors.
The main difference is that a hard enamel pin will be a smooth feel to the touch, and a soft enamel pin will have a texture, raised and recessed areas feeling (unless we are using an epoxy coating to smooth the surface and protect the colors. For some reason, some pin manufacturers call hard enamel pins by the name of cloisonne, but that is misleading, as a cloisonne pin is made with real colored crystals, not man-made ones.
Hard enamel pins have a jewelry quality look with a high perceived value. Soft enamel pins are high quality as well, but are often perceived as having a more practical look.