Production Process

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Will iLapelPin.com Save My Mold and Artwork?

September 27th, 2016|

Yes, we do. Every art work and production mold will be saved in iLapelPin.com's warehouse for 12 months free of charge. Clients place any reorder during this 12 months, will not be charged for production mold. While period exceeds 12 months, iLapelPin.com's sales consultant will contact clients for either continue keep the mold or destroy it.

What is CMYK and RGB Color Mode?

September 27th, 2016|

CMYK and RGB are two kinds of is color mode. CMYK is used for printing sector while RGB mainly used in digital display sector. C Stands for Cyan, M Stands for Magenta, Y Stands for Yellow, K stands for Black. R Stands for Red, G Stands for Green, B stands for Blue.

What Is the Difference between Silkscreen Print and Offset Print?

September 27th, 2016|

For Photo Dome Lapel Pin, there are two ways to display clients' photos: silkscreen print and offset print.  Both of them are wildly used in printing sector. The main different between them is the color presentation: Silkscreen Print: mainly used in simple design items with few colors. Offset Print: Mainly used in complex design and it can [...]

What Materials Are Your Using for Your Product?

September 22nd, 2016|

The most common materials for Lapel Pin are copper, brass, iron and zinc alloy. We can also provide products made from aluminum and stainless steel upon request. For color filling, we use environmental friendly paints which are highly accepted by markets.

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