Custom metal tags for jewelry is a wise choice. Stunning metal finishes can improve the quality of jewelry and promote your brand. We are a supplier of custom metal jewelry tags, with more than 10 years of production experience and convenient customized services. You can choose a variety of logo processes and metal colors for metal tags. To custom high quality metal jewelry tags, it is important to choose the material of the metal tag. There are many kinds of metal materials that can be used to make metal tags, such as alloy, iron, aluminum, steel, copper, etc. Which material is the best? Our more than 10 years of experience has confirmed that is zinc alloy. Why? In below aspects the reasons will be revealed.
Metal jewelry tags color
Jewelry needs to be matched with smooth, bright, and color riches metal tags.
The zinc alloy has a smooth surface and rich colors. Because it is easier to electroplate colors than other metal materials, it can electroplate a variety of different colors of metal tags, such as gold, rose gold, silver, brass, gun metal black, etc. In addition to electroplating, you can also engrave logo tags, fill any color logo and laser flat logo.
From color fasten. Zinc alloy metal tags is preservative, the color will not fade after washing even in salt water, and it will not get rusty.
Metal tags cost
From production technique: We all know metal labels is created from mold in which the metal liquid is poured and cooled before the metal label shape forms. Therefore, the metal must be easy to melt and clot at certain temperature. The zinc alloy has a low melting point, good fluidity, is easy for welding and shape forming. So, the cost of choosing zinc alloy as a metal jewelry tags will be relatively low. For start-up companies, they are more widely used.
We serve small businesses around the world. If you need custom metal tags, please send us your custom requirements: size, shape, color, etc. We can provide you with professional advice and free design assistance. We will provide 3D rendering for your confirmation before production.