What is the Difference Between a Die Struck Lapel Pin and a Soft Enamel Pin?Posted by Signature Pins | April 24, 2013 at 3:20pm | Topic: Custom Lapel Pins
What is the difference between a die struck lapel pin and a soft enamel? We’ll explain each in detail below so you can make an informed decision as to which style best meets the needs of you and your business, organization, school, club or team.
A die struck lapel pin is created out of metal and will have raised and recessed areas. The recessed areas will be a textured metal and they can be sandblasted or textured depending on your design. You can also use the recessed areas to apply an antique powder that will cause the lapel pin to have an antique finish.
Soft enamel lapel pin are also created out of metal and will have raised and recessed areas however the recessed area will have soft enamel paint applied to those areas. Both of these styles of lapel pins offer a unique and valuable style lapel pin. We can also take the same design and offer both the die struck version and the soft enamel for a bit of variety to your lapel pins needs.
We take into consideration your preferences. Please let us know what you intend on using your pins for and how many you think you will need. This information will help us determine the amount of detail that will go into creating your pins. Contact us right away with your request so we can get started on your custom artwork.
Order die struck or soft enamel pins from Signature Pins today. Visit http://www.signaturepins.com/quote_lapelpins.html to request a no obligation, free price quote and email file attachment containing the artwork we’ve created for you. Approve the design, pay for your order, and we’ll finalize your order by producing quality custom die struck or soft enamel pins for you. Email your ideas to email@example.com or call 1-800-480-6822 toll-free. Your satisfaction is of utmost importance to us.