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Oct 30, 2020
This blog post will be discussing the difference between soft enamel and hard enamel pins.
It comes down to personal preference how you want your finished pin to look.
Soft enamel only has one layer of enamel ink, the outline - or stamping, is the same method as hard enamel, but the enamel ink sits in "pockets" - soft enamel is recessed, with raised outline and has a "bumpy" feel.
Cartoon-like lookCan be quite detailedDetail can be achieved from 25mmLine thickness from .3mm
Can't do gradient coloursNot good for overly shaded designsSimplified
Hard enamel has layers of enamel built up, and then polished flat to a smooth non-raised finish. This gives a higher quality finish, and looks especially great with gold or silver based metals.
For gold / silver plates - including copper it gives a very high quality finishSizing from 15mm - and the detail can be very highPin above is 25mmCons:More expensive
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