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Copper Stamped with Soft Enamel
Process: Copper stamped with soft enamel
Material: Copper
Enamel: Soft enamel
Thickness: Thinkness is various depending on the size of design.
Plating: Gold / Antique Gold / Silver / Antique Silver / Nickel / Black Nickel / Antique Nickel / Copper / Antique Copper / Brass / Antique Brass / Dyed Black
Epoxy coating: With or without ( Optional )
Attachment Various
Color reference: Pantone Color Chart
STEP†1†Stamping Molding
Molds the metal surface to form the design.
Molding 1
Molding 2
Molding 3
STEP†2†Outline Cutting
* Cutting molds are made separately, then cut to the exact outline of the design. * Additional outline cutting molds may be required depending on the complexity of the design. * If a center hole or cut-out is required, an additional cut-through mold must be used.
Outline Cutting 1
Outline Cutting 2
Outline Cutting 3
Outline Cutting 4
Outline Cutting 5
Outline Cutting 6
A hole in a piece
Solder attachment onto the back of each piece.
Plating now can be processed. The quality of plating varies with the length of time the metal is soaked in the plating liquid.
Connecting with copper wire before plating
Connecting with copper wire before plating
Plating completed
Baking after electro-plating
The metal surface is then polished until it is smooth and shiny. This applies to copper material only. Iron can be polished if required, but this will incur a surcharge.
* Soft enamel is carefully inserted by hand, one color at a time, using different sized syringes. * Drying. * To prevent defects, a high degree of skill is required in order to keep each color and the correct amount of enamel in the proper area.
Filling colors
Cleaning up when finished
Color collections
Excess col or and impurities are then wiped off the metal surfaces.
The metal piece is baked at approximately 450F for12 to 15 minutes.
STEP†9†Epoxy Coating
Clear epoxy is then applied to the surface to protect the enamel from color fading and cracking. ( Epoxy coating is optional and provided according to customerís requirements )
STEP†10†Inspection & Packing
All it ems are strictly inspected before delivery. Customerís satisfaction is guaranteed!

* Bolder designs are recommended in order to prevent any unsatisfactory coloring caused by lines and figures that are too thin or too small.

* General enamel coloring requires a surrounding metal space to ensure good quality painting results.† herefore it is usually necessary to allow for a blank metal rim (0.3mm minimum).

* The standard colors are based on the Pantone Chart.

For budget considerations, iron material can be used instead of copper, but without polishing.

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