What Are the Main Differences Between Enamel Lapel Pins and Imitation Enamel Lapel Pins

The most important difference between enamel lapel pins and imitation enamel badges is that the temperature is different. The enamel is fired at high temperature, and the temperature of the high temperature furnace is generally 800℃-900℃. Imitation enamel can be made at low temperature or normal temperature without firing.

1. The difference between enamel lapel pins and imitation enamel lapel pins

Enamel badges are usually also called cloisonné badges. Now they are also made by machine stamping, using red copper as the bottom plate, filling the top with enamel material, filling the copper tires and then firing in the furnace. The pigments are melted at high temperature and then taken out filler, high-temperature furnace, repeatedly filling the badge base plate with paint, and then grinding and polishing the badge, and polishing the enamel color, so that the enamel badge made by high temperature has bright color, the surface of the filled enamel is very hard, and the pigment It has strong adhesion to the copper tire and will not fall off. It can't be lifted with iron wire, and there is generally no scratches when rubbed with iron wire.

The bottom tire of the imitation enamel badge can be made of copper, brass, or alloy or iron. The material of the bottom tire is not fixed. The coloring is not enamel material but paint resin instead. It is not fired at high or medium temperature. It is baked in an oven at about 100°C, and after baking, it is polished and polished, and finally electroplated. The production period of enamel badges is long, the output is small, and the price is very expensive. The production period of imitation enamel badges is short, and it can be mass-produced and the price is low.

2. The difference between enamel lapel pins and paint pins

Because one color is fired at high temperature and then fired with another color, and all colors are finished and then go through the grinding stone process, so the colored part of the enamel badge and the surrounding metal lines are almost on the same plane, unlike the The paint badge has obvious bumps, which is also the main way to distinguish the imitation enamel badge from the paint badge.

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