Metal badges are a common ornament, often used to convey personal identity, organizational affiliation, and more. Made of metal, they come in a variety of shapes and can be snapped onto clothing, hats, bags, and other items.
The production of metal badges requires many delicate processes. The first is design, which requires a creative and skilled designer to turn patterns, text, etc. into 3D effects; the second is stamping, which presses the designed pattern into or cuts out the metal sheet; the last is surface treatment, which can usually be used Gold plating, silver plating, copper plating and other treatment methods make the badge more beautiful and bright.
Metal badges are also widely used in culture and art. They can be used as emblems for souvenirs, medals, commemorations, etc., as well as emblems and logotypes for certain groups and organizations. In addition, they are often used for decoration and identification of professional groups such as military personnel, police officers, and firefighters.
The metal badge is not just an ornament, it also has collection value and cultural significance. Many will collect unique badges that increase their cultural knowledge and the value of their collections. The cultural value of badges is also constantly expanding and updating. In recent years, some brands have also begun to use metal badges to make various products, making badges a part of modern fashion.
In a word, metal badges, as decorations and logos, contain profound cultural and artistic value and are widely used in various fields. At the same time, its collection value is also increasing, and it has become a collection and hobby of more and more people.