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  • Distinctive Features for the Die-Struck Lapel Pins

    Distinctive Features for the Die-Struck Lapel Pins   In the world of custom accessories, Die- Lapel Pins stand out as timeless symbols of personal expression and affiliation. Among the various types of Die- Lapel Pins available, Die-Struck Lapel Pins hold a unique place, blending craftsmanship and elegance. Die-struck Lapel Pins are a result of a specialized manufacturing process that involves creating a custom mold or die to imprint a design onto a metal surface. Unlike other types of Lapel Pins that may feature enamel fill or intricate details, Die-struck Lapel Pins rely on the interplay of light and shadow to bring out the design. This process allows for a classic and sophisticated look that appeals to those who appreciate the subtleties of craftsmanship.   The Manufacturing Process   Design Creation: Die-struck Lapel Pins begin with a well-thought-out design. We offer free design service and a staff of experienced salespeople and designers ready to serve you. Intricate details and fine lines are carefully considered, as these will be impressed onto the metal surface during the manufacturing process.   Die Creation: A custom die is crafted based on the approved design. This die serves as a stamp that will be used to create the pin’s design on the metal. The die is typically made of steel or other durable materials to ensure precision and longevity.   Metal Selection: High-quality metals, such as brass, copper or iron are chosen for Die-struck Lapel Pins. These metals provide a solid foundation for the design and contribute to the pin’s durability and weight.   Stamping Process: The die is pressed onto the metal, leaving an impression that forms the design. This process is repeated to ensure clarity and depth. The absence of color allows the texture of the metal and the play of light to define the pin’s aesthetic.   Finishing Touches: After the stamping process, the pins undergo various finishing touches, such as polishing or plating, to enhance their appearance and protect against tarnishing.   Distinctive Features of Die-Struck Lapel Pins   Elegance and Simplicity: Die-struck Lapel Pins are celebrated for their understated elegance. The absence of color allows the metal to shine, making these pins a sophisticated choice for various occasions.   Durability: The use of high-quality metals and the precision of the die-striking process contribute to the durability of these pins. They can withstand the test of time, becoming enduring symbols of personal or organizational pride.   Versatility: Die-struck Lapel Pins are versatile and can be customized to suit a wide range of designs, from corporate logos to intricate emblems. This makes them an ideal choice for individuals, businesses, and organizations seeking a classic and refined accessory.   Die-struck Lapel Pins are not merely accessories; they are a testament to the craftsmanship and artistry that goes into creating personalized symbols of identity and achievement. Whether commemorating a special event, representing a brand, or serving as a cherished gift, Die-struck Lapel Pins encapsulate the essence of timeless elegance. As we continue to appreciate the beauty of these pins, it’s clear that their classic appeal will endure for generations to come. [View Details]
  • Which Zodiac Lapel Pin & Animal Patch is for you?

    Which Zodiac Lapel Pin & Patch is for you?   Chinese New Year will be on February 10, 2024, and will start the year of the Dragon! Chinese New Year is a festival celebrating the beginning of a new year based on a traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar. This is one of the most important holidays in China, and workers for most companies are given a full seven days off; however, many people take ten days off of work to extend the holiday until the Lantern Festival. Unlike the Western New Year, where the date is fixed, the Chinese New Year’s date may change a little bit from year to year as it is based on the lunar calendar.   The lunar calendar has 12 animal signs connected to it, one for each of 12 years. 2023 is currently the Year of the Rabbit. 2024 we will turn over to the Year of the Dragon. Let’s Find Out Which Chinese Animal You Are Associated with and which Zodiac Lapel Pin is for you!     Chinese Zodiac Pin - Year of the Dragon Year of the Dragon Lapel Pin & Dragon Embroidery Patch If you were born in one of these years: 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012 If you were born in one of these years, your traits are: being charismatic and fearless.     Chinese Zodiac Pin - Year of the Rat Year of the Rat Lapel Pin & Rat Embroidery Patch People born in the years: 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, 2020 If you were born in one of these years, your traits are: charming, persuasive, intelligent with a quick wit.     Chinese Zodiac Pin - Year of the Ox Year of the Ox Lapel Pin & Ox Embroidery Patch People born in the years: 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2023 If you were born in one of these years, your traits are: kindness, being conservative, patience, and benevolence.     Chinese Zodiac Pin - Year of the Tiger Year of the Tiger Lapel Pin & Tiger Patch  If you were born in one of these years: 1974, 1986, 1998, 2022 If you were born in one of these years, your traits are: being courageous, intense, and handling authority well.       Chinese Zodiac Pin - Year of the Rabbit Year of the Rabbit Lapel Pin & Rabbit Patch If you were born in one of these years: 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023 If you were born in one of these years, your traits are: being elegant, compassionate, and sincere.     Chinese Zodiac Pin - Year of the Snake Year of the Snake Lapel Pin & Snake Patch If you were born in one of these years: 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001, 2013 If you were born in one of these years, your traits are: being a generous person, smart, charming, and introverted.     Chinese Zodiac Pin - Year of the Horse Year of the Horse Lapel Pin & Horse Patch If you were born in one of these years: 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014 If you were born in one of these years, your traits are: being beautiful, having lots of energy, and loving to travel.     Chinese Zodiac Pin - Year of the Goat Year of the Goat Lapel Pin & Goat Patch If you were born in one of these years: 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015 If you were born in one of these years, your traits are: being calm, gentle and sympathetic.     Chinese Zodiac Pin - Year of the Monkey Year of the Monkey Lapel Pin & MonkeyPatch If you were born in one of these years: 1968, 1980, 1992, 2004, 2016 If you were born in one of these years, your traits are: Being energetic and fun-loving.     Chinese Zodiac Pin - Year of the Rooster Year of the Rooster Lapel Pin & Rooster Patch If you were born in one of these years: 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017 If you were born in one of these years, your traits are: being independent, practical, and very hard-working.     Chinese Zodiac Pin - Year of the Dog Year of the Dog Lapel Pin & Dog Patch If you were born in one of these years: 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018 If you were born in one of these years, your traits are: being patient, diligent, faithful, and kind.     Chinese Zodiac Pin - Year of the Pig Year of the Pig Lapel Pin & Pig Patch If you were born in one of these years: 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019 If you were born in one of these years, your traits are: being honest (to a fault), loving to eat and cook, indulging in the finer things in life, but also being smart and loving. If you would like to wish someone a Happy New Year in Mandarin, say Shing Nyan Kwai Lo. If you want, you can also wish someone prosperity by saying Gong Xi Fa Tsai. [View Details]
  • Unique Military Emblems Show Your Appreciation for Troops

    Unique Military Emblems Show Your Appreciation for Troops   If you’d like to show service members how much they mean to you, we’ve developed some unique military gift ideas to help you do just that.   Military Pins   Kangjin Factory’s Military Pins are not just a way to honor and celebrate service members as gifts; they’re also a statement accessory that can be worn to show off military pride. Our pins come in various themes and styles with bright, durable enamel finishes. We can also create custom pins to commemorate special units, service anniversaries, and other meaningful events or individuals.     Challenge Coins    The United States military has a history with challenge coins that date back to World War I. These coins can be used to signify a branch of service, or they can be customized to create unique military gifts that can’t be found elsewhere. Our ready-to-ship coins feature officially licensed seals and lingo from each branch of the U.S. military. Challenge coins are another unique military gift idea.      Military Plaques   One way to commemorate service and recognize individuals is to have a customized plaque made just for them. Designed to be displayed, they not only show your heartfelt appreciation when you give the gift, but they continue to remind the individual and others who see how vital their service to this country is.     Military Patches or Medal   Another way to wear your pride or show off your service is through a military patch, and we have a wide variety of patches at Kangjin Emblem Factory. These patches can be sewn onto any garment to commemorate that branch of service or a specific individual. If you buy these patches in bulk, you can hand them out at Memorial Day events or other special occasions to spread the appreciation.     Flag Embroidery Patch or Flag Lapel Pin   You can put on a Flag Lapel Pin or Flag Embroidery Patch present them with Show your admiration.      Memento Box with Medal   Give them a place to store their military mementos and medals. You can purchase pre-made boxes designed to protect and keep treasured items or have one custom-made to honor them, their military branch, the years they served, and/or their platoon. This thoughtful gift will be treasured for years to come.     Charitable Gift for the Embroidery Patch or Enamel Pin   Another great way to honor a loved one is to make a donation in their name. Many wonderful organizations, like the Wounded Warrior Project, are set up to help veterans. A charitable financial gift can have an impact that’s multiplied as it honors your special military member by giving help and hope to other service members.       Gift of Time   One of the best ways to honor military members in your life is to spend time with them. Showing loved ones how much they mean to you can be as easy as carving out an hour or two to hang out together, talk on the phone, or video chat. Whether that military member is still active or left the service behind, they’re sure to appreciate hearing from people who matter to them, and you’ll also benefit from time spent together.         If you’re looking to celebrate someone in the service with a military gift from Kangjin Emblem Factory, contact us, and one of our team members will help you get your order started. Remember, you can buy individual gifts, or we can help you create a bulk orde. [View Details]
  • The origin of Holiday Christmas Ornaments

    The origin of Holiday Christmas Ornaments   If you have ever wondered why we hang ornaments on a tree, you will be surprised how they came to be. In fact, not just ornaments, but why do we even have a tree in our house? The tradition of putting up Christmas trees during the holiday season is typically thought of as a Christian symbol. This is true today, but many different types of plants, including the common evergreens, were used to symbolize eternal life by ancient Egyptians, Chinese, and Hebrews. In fact, tree worship was common later in pagan times. From ancient times to about the 15th century, many different cultures and countries have records of bringing greenery into the home. In rural Britain, some records state that holly and ivy would be used in winter to decorate homes and streets. The actual progression of the display of trees is varied, and many are considered myths.     What we can consider the “modern” Christmas tree tradition originated in Germany. They customarily brought a Yule tree into their house during holidays. Some people claim the tradition of decorating an indoor tree came from a prop of a medieval play about Adam and Eve. This is around 1419, and an evergreen fir tree was used. In the play, there was a “paradise tree” where the fir tree had apples hung on the branches. Many Germans would set one up in their own homes on December 24th. This was originally a religious feast day of Adam and Eve. There are also accounts of this first tree having not just apples but bits of wool threads, nuts, and pretzels hung from the branches.     Pope Julius I is noted for setting December 25th as the official birthdate of Jesus, and is still recognized as the holiday to this day. However, in 2023, most families consider decorating a tree a secular activity to be enjoyed by all.  But back to the tree – since the first decorated trees were mainly apples, this was the focus of the decoration for many years. Eventually, wafers were hung to symbolize the Eucharist host and a historic sign of redemption. Wafers turned into cookies hung on the tree. The cookies became varied with different sizes and shapes. Later, candles were added to symbolize Christ as the light of the world.     By the 15th century, everyone wanted a Christmas tree in their home. In fact, there was so much demand in central Europe that laws had to be created to ban people from cutting down pine trees, and the area had put a one tree per household policy into decree!     The Christmas tree was brought to England in the early 19th century by German-born Prince Albert (husband of Queen Victoria). From these Victorian times, the trees became popular and were often decorated with toys, gifts, and popcorn strings, as were the older decorations, such as candles and cookies, were common. They also added little cakes to the tree as well!   Everyone wanted “in” on this huge trend set by the royal family. By the end of the 19th century, missionaries brought the trees to many countries. So, how did we make the Victorian leap from candles and cookies on the tree to the gorgeous ornaments we see today? Germany was once again the leader in cutting-edge ornament designs in 1870 or so, Germany had exported fine glass-blown ornaments to both Britain and the United States. It was an all-out creative explosion of ornaments from then on! Manufacturers started producing tinsel, strings of beads, and ornaments made from every material you can imagine.     One very interesting tidbit… in 1890, the American company F.W. Woolworth sold $25 million annually – just from ornaments! This is amazing. We looked online for inflation calculators, and that is the equivalent of selling $843.48 Million dollars in sales in 2023 money. That is a lot of ornaments, and this was just the top-selling company in America! It is also worth noting that the first basic electric light strings were invented and sold around this time. By the 1930s, artificial trees were being produced, and by the 60s, mass production of artificial trees became very popular. We found out that in 2022, the Christmas decoration industry was valued at 5.70 billion dollars; by 2030, it is projected to grow to 7.53 billion!     Many retailers sell ornaments all year round, including Kangjin Emblems Factory. Today, ornaments aren’t just for decorating trees but can be displayed in many ways. This year, Kangjin has introduced many new ornaments, Christmas Trees Patch, Christmas Trees Pin, Snowman Patch, Snowman Lapel Pin, Snowflake Patch´╝îSnowflake Lapel Pin and other Christmas items, The designs were created by our in-house creative team and are instant classics to add to your collection of ornaments! [View Details]
  • Challenge Coins Feature Popular Culture Attributes

    Challenge Coins Feature Popular Culture Attributes & Organizational Values   Modern day Challenge Coins may feature popular culture attributes or organizational values. Modern Challenge Coins are made in a variety of sizes, including superheroes and other well-known characters in a way that creates a parody.   Challenge Coins were also known as "Portrait Medals" during the Renaissance and were often used to commemorate specific events involving royalty, nobility, or other types of well-to-do individuals. The medals would be given as gifts or awards, and people also exchanged them with friends and associates. The most common format was for one side to depict the patron while the other showed something that represented that individual's family, house, lineage, and/or seal. [View Details]
  • What Do Custom Challenge Coins Symbolize?

    What Do Custom Challenge Coins Symbolize?   Challenge Coins are small, coin-shaped medallions often used to represent membership in a particular organization or group. They have a rich history and tradition, dating back to the Roman Empire and the military campaigns of World War I. Today, Challenge Coins are used by various organizations, including military units, police departments, fire departments, and businesses, to symbolize camaraderie, excellence, and achievement.     What Is the Origin of Military Challenge Coins?   The term Challenge Coin has multiple origin stories, all filled with rich military history. In addition to the U.S. Army Air Service story, wherein U.S. Army Air Service volunteers were the first to receive Challenge Coins, another backstory dictates who picks up the tab. Military lore indicates that individuals would need to show a Challenge Coin to prove their association with the military. If you were challenged and did not have a coin to show your membership, you would have to buy the challenger a drink. This practice led to the term Challenge Coin, as members were challenged to prove their affiliation. The tradition of military Challenge Coins persists widely today and has even led some units to create their own custom Challenge Coins.     Can Civilians Make Custom Challenge Coins?   Yes! While they may trace their history to the military, Custom Challenge Coins aren't exclusive to military units; they've made their way into the business world as custom coins bearing a corporate logo and message. Many businesses and volunteer organizations now use Custom Challenge Coins to commemorate anniversaries, recognize an achievement, or as trade show giveaways. Coins are a sign of membership and unity, and creating a Custom Challenge Coin design for your organization makes them unique tokens.         What Do Challenge Coins Symbolize?    Challenge Coins are used to symbolize membership in a particular group or organization. They also recognize and reward excellence, achievement, and bravery. Many Challenge Coins feature the organization's emblem and logo, along with a motto or other design element that reflects the group's values or mission. In military organizations, Challenge Coins are often given as a token of appreciation for service, to build camaraderie among members, and to remember fallen comrades. Challenge Coins can also be used to mark significant events, such as deployments, retirements, or promotions.         Customizing a Challenge Coin   Customizing a Challenge Coin is a great way to make it unique and personal. The design of the coin can be tailored to reflect the values, mission, or history of the organization. Here are a few things to consider when Customizing a Challenge Coin: Design: The design of the challenge coin is the most important aspect to consider. It should be unique, memorable, and reflective of the organization's values or mission. Many organizations include their emblem or logo, along with other design elements that reflect their history or accomplishments. Material: Challenge Coins can be made from a variety of materials, including brass, copper, zinc or iron, they are plated in various colors as well, such as nickel, and gold. The material chosen will impact the cost and durability of the coin.         Size: Challenge Coins can vary in size, typically from 1.75 inches to 2.5 inches in diameter. The size of the coin will impact the amount of detail that can be included in the design.   When People Give or Receive Challenge Coins   Challenge Coins are often given to show appreciation, recognition, and respect. In military organizations, Challenge Coins are often presented to members for outstanding service or achievement. They can also be given to visiting dignitaries or foreign military personnel as a sign of respect and goodwill. In other organizations, members may receive Challenge Coins as a token of appreciation for their service or to mark significant events or achievements. They may also be given to customers or clients to build loyalty and promote the organization's brand. Challenge Coins are a unique and meaningful way to recognize achievement, service and promote camaraderie within organizations. Whether used in military units, police departments, fire departments, or businesses, they symbolize values and traditions that unite. If you want a way to recognize achievement or show appreciation within your organization, consider designing a Custom Challenge Coin today.       Contact us by sales@dekamemb.com or visit our webside www.emblemsfactory.com, Start Custom Challenge Coin design and order today! [View Details]
  • Popular modern gift Christmas Embroidery Patch for Holiday

    Popular modern gift for the Christmas #christmasgift #christmasembroiderypatches     Christmas is cultural celebration among billions of people around the world. the popular modern customs of the holiday include gift giving; completing an Advent calendar or Advent wreath; Christmas Music Patch and caroling; watching Christmas Movies Patch; viewing a Nativity play; an exchange of Christmas Cards Patch; church services; a special meal; and the display of various Christmas Decorations Patch, including Christmas Trees Patch, Christmas lights, Nativity Scenes Patch, Garlands Patch, Wreaths Patch, mistletoe, and holly. In addition, several closely related and often interchangeable figures, known as Santa Claus, Father Christmas Patch, Saint Nicholas Badge, and the Christkind, are associated with bringing gifts to children during the Christmas season and have their own body of traditions and lore.        Because gift-giving and many other aspects of the Christmas festival involve heightened economic activity, the holiday has become a significant event and a key sales period for retailers and businesses. Over the past few centuries, Christmas has had a steadily growing economic effect in many regions of the world.   [View Details]
  • Cute Lanyard For Keychain ID Card Holder

    Cute Lanyard For Keychain ID Card Holder   An attachment Lanyard is a light duty tether worn around the neck, shoulder, wrist or attached to the belt as a sling to conveniently carry items such as keys or identification cards, or as a safety harness to prevent accidental dropping of valuable handheld items such as a camera. Light-duty webbing lanyard for attaching keys, with a metal clip similar to that of a leash.     The style, design or material used will vary depending on end-purpose of the Lanyard. Lanyard materials include polyester, nylon, satin, silk, polyethylene terephthalate (PET), braided leather or braided paracord.   Common styles Polyester Imprinted Lanyards Nylon Imprinted Lanyards Tube Imprinted Lanyards Dye-sublimated Lanyards or full-color Lanyards Accessory for electronics     Lanyards are widely used with small electronic devices such as cameras, MP3 players and USB flash drives to prevent loss or dropping. Electronics designed to take a Lanyard usually have a small through-hole built into a corner or edge of the case or anchored to the frame of the device; the corresponding Lanyard generally has a loop of thread on the end that is attached to that hole with a simple knot, usually a cow hitch. Some earphones incorporate the audio signal into the Lanyard, meaning it doubles up as headphone cords as well. The Wii Remote wrist strap is a form of Lanyard, keeping the device attached to a player's arm during the often vigorous movements involved in its use.     Badge or identification holder   Lanyards are commonly used to display badges, tickets or ID cards for identification where security is required, such as businesses, corporations, hospitals, prisons, conventions, trade fairs, and backstage passes used in the entertainment industry. Such Lanyards are often made of braided or woven fabric or split with a clip attached to the end. A plastic pouch or badge holder with at least one clear side is attached to the Lanyard with the person's name badge or ID card. Occasionally, small items like business cards, pens or tools can be placed behind the badge for easy access. Lanyards can also be used as keychains, particularly in situations where keys can easily be lost, such as gyms, public pools and communal showers.     In these cases, Lanyards may be customised with the related name and/or logo of the event, business, or organisation. Lanyards can feature a variety of customisation techniques including screen-printing, Jacquard loom weaving, heat transfer, and offset printing.     [View Details]
  • Custom Popular Embroidery Emblem for Military Uniform

    There are a few recorded attempts at uniform dress in antiquity, going beyond the similarity to be expected of ethnic or tribal dress.it's to be a manly colour. it more obvious when the Embroidery Patch or Emblem on the Military Uniform. [View Details]
  • Which Keychains you are interested in?

    Specifications Of Embroidered Keychain MOQ 50pcs per item; Embroidery Keychina with metail ring; 100% customized sizes, shapes, and embroidery logos; Other materials such as felt or woven designs are welcome. [View Details]

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