• Embroidery Patch Application

    An Embroidered Patch is an embroidereddesign on firm backing that is applied to clothing by organizations to distinguish membership or rank, youth groups to mark accomplishments and individuals for art or expression. Sometimes attached using a Safety Pin.   Manufacture Manufacture can be done by hand, using a machine, or in a factory with computer digitization. A firm backing, the twill, forms the support and is ideally suited for the embroidered design using thread. Rayon and polyester are most common in commercial manufacture, but cotton and hemp can also be used.   Application Iron-on, heat seal, and sew-on are the three most common types of Patches. Iron-on can be created by applying heat from a household iron, but heat seal requires a professional machine. Both heat types melt the thermoplastic glue and adhere it after drying, but heat seal requires the higher temperature and pressure of a professional heat press machine. Sew-on Patches can be applied with fabric glues or sewn on. Other backings include rubber, magnet, velcro, and sticky. Sticky backing using something comparable to 'double sided sticky tape' and is often chosen when the Badge application is temporary (such as at business conferences).   Other types Embroidered Patches have the advantage of three-dimensional texture, but the limitations, especially with regard to small detail, have created the need for other methods. Dye sublimation can create photographic detail and Woven Patches look similar to embroidered but allow for small lettering detail. [View Details]
  • Select Patch Backing

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  • Procedures for iron on patch on fabrics

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  • Embroidery Area -Embroidery Patch

    Select Embroidery Level (EMB. area) The size and design of your Embroidery Patch determines the patch’s embroidery percentage. On a 50% Embroidered Patch, at least half of the Patch’s twill backing is visible. This is good for simple, text-only designs, since the large amount open space is great for showcasing your message. A 75% Embroidered Patch allows larger, more intricate artwork, and covers more of the twill. For really intricate designs and logos, the 100% Embroidered Patch covers the entire backing with embroidery, leaving none of the twill visible. This style offers the most detail possible on a Guard Embroidery Patch. [View Details]
  • Edge Category -Embroidery Patch

    Select Border Style We offer your choice of border styles. The Merrow® border is the classic, round, raised edge all the way around your Embroidery Patch. Die Cut border takes the shape of your artwork or logo. Hot Cut borders allow sharp, detailed edges that are perfect for intricate designs (please note with hot cut, the borders aren't 100% even). [View Details]
  • Backing Options -Embroidery Patch

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  • Packing Way for Metal Crafts

    Packing Way for Lapel Pins, Medal, Badge, Cuff-Link and other Metal gift etc. [View Details]
  • Badge On The Back Accessories

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  • Metal Product's Plating Colors Watches

    Metal Plating Options   We offer a variety of different metal plating options for your Custom Lapel Pins. Bronze is our most popular material for custom die-struck pins, but with so many options your choice will depend on the type of pin and its projected memorial value.   We can create your design in Bronze, Copper, Nickel Plating, we also offer Silver and Gold Plating as well. Please use the chart below to select your metal plating options. Other effects include sandblasting, antiquing & two tone gold & silver.   All Metallic Pins are plated with unique metal colorings. The metallic hues are important as it produces the element of a pin beside the paint that is applied. Inside the pin world, metal color tone is known as plating. As soon as a pin has been painted, baked, sanded, and had an attachment put on it's back, it is then ready to be plated. The pin is dipped into a plating cloth for a smooth and durable finish. There are many plating choices to make your custom pins stunning. Gold, silver, copper, brass and bronze are the most common.   In addition, each of those alternatives may be antiqued to help enhance or calm down the info on the pin. Antique makes the crevices darker and dulls the finish. One more feature is a sandblast background. A grainy finish is applied to the recessed metal, and the raised metal areas are polished to give contrast to the inside info. Further, we provide a twin plating choice to deliver a totally awesome and unique appearance. Typically our dual plating is done with gold and silver, but also look great with black nickel and copper. Silver and gold are the usual plating alternatives for our pins but we've got many metal colorations for your next pin project.   Please contact us if you have any questions regarding plating options Lapel Pin customizations. [View Details]

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