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Iron Stamped with Soft Enamel
Process: Iron stamped with soft enamel
Material: Iron
Enamel: Soft enamel
Thickness: Thickness 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.
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.
STEP 3 Attachment
Solder attachment onto the back of each piece.
STEP 4 Plating
Plating now can be processed. The quality of plating varies with the length of time the metal is soaked in the plating liquid.
STEP 5 Coloring
* 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.
STEP 6 Cleaning
Excess colors and impurities are then wiped off the metal surfaces.
STEP 7 Baking
The metal piece is baked at approximately 450F for 12 to15 minutes.
STEP 8 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 customer's requirements.)
STEP 9 Inspection & Packing
All items are strictly inspected before delivery. Customer's 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. Therefore it is usually necessary to allow for a blank metal rim (0.3mm minimum).

* The standard colors are based on the Pantone Chart.

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