At the time when it comes to creating an existing custom die struck pin, the only limit inside of the design happens to be your imagination. Our signature pins team creates new dies that are going to belong to every project as well as uses them to press custom artwork into metals such as iron, brass, or copper. This means that no two customers are going to ever receive the same design. At the time where you work with us, you’re sure to receive something that’s truly one that belongs to an existing kind.
Bare metal designs with intricate detail Custom Die Struck Pins
Custom die-struck pins have bare metal designs that gleam under any light source. High polish designs stand out beautifully on top of the lapels that belong to black suits as well as jackets while die-struck pins with antique finishes have an existing more subtle presence. Customers that have the desire to mix as well as match colors inside of their design are going to exist as a happy with our soft enamel or cloisonné options, except for that is going to belong to an existing truly classic design, die struck pins happen to be the best choice.
The different types that belong to pins we offer happen to be known that is going to belong to their unique textures as well as styles. Layered soft enamel pins happen to be the most traditional designs you’ll find, as well as the jewelry-quality finish that belongs to cloisonné die struck pin has made them the go-to choice that is going to belong to club pins as well as employee recognition awards.
Silkscreen pins happen to be known that are going to belong to their vibrant colors as well as clarity. The even lines inside of the artwork happen to be created by using an existing custom stencil to apply colors one at an existing time to the surface that belongs to your die struck pin. The result happens to be an existing design that completely covers the pin’s surface without the need that is going to belong to metal strokes inside of the design to separate colors.
Artwork with complete coverage
Silkscreen printing happens to be an existing technique used on top of certain lapel pins that allows color to exist as an added inside of layers. This means your pins can feature the most detailed designs at the smallest size imaginable without sacrificing quality.