Badges are mainly based on raw materials such as copper, iron, aluminum, zinc alloy, lead-tin alloy, etc., through stamping, die-casting, etching, printing, enamel, imitation enamel, baking paint, and other processes to make badges, badges, medals, keychains, Cap badges, hat clips, wallets, medals, commemorative coins, craft signs, cufflinks, photo frames, mobile phone straps, tie clips, belt heads, tags, bottle openers, and other craft accessories. ASNY talked about the difference between spray painting, baking paint, sandblasting, and spraying in badge and pin making.
1. Spray paint
Spray paint is also called oil spray. Spraying oil on the plastic shell can cover up defects such as weld lines, and it is shinier and has more color choices. Generally speaking, the spray painting process is mostly used for plastic products, such as plastic nameplates, plastic badges, etc.
2. Baking paint
Metal parts, such as iron, it is made through a series of procedures such as high-temperature washing, degreasing, degreasing, painting, and entering the oven. The metal texture is strong and the texture is good.
The process of cleaning and roughening the surface of the substrate by the impact of high-speed sand flow; generally suitable for AL materials, AL plates are generally sandblasted (bright) oxidation, divided into two kinds of thickness.
Spraying generally goes through the processes of cleaning, degreasing, spraying, and drying. A processing method in the paint baking process, spraying the high-pressure spray gun on the workpiece is a special spray gun operation method.
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