What is your minimum order for custom die cast lapel pins?
Our minimum order quantity for custom lapel pins is 50pc. You should be aware that every 50pc order carries a $1 a unit fee for ordering less than 100pc.
Ask us for a quote for 100pc just so you can compare, and ideally, get more custom enamel pins. Read our article that outlines the hidden costs in buying enamel pins with no minimum.
How much to custom pin buttons cost?
Our most popular size, 1.00″ hard enamel lapel pin ranges in price from $0.98 – $8.40 each plus the mold fee.
Pricing subject to change upon receipt of art. BUY NOW
How long does my custom enamel pin order take?
Our enamel pin factory ships most orders in under three weeks. Rush order requests are welcome but we can’t ship any order in less than 10 working days.
There are a couple of seasonal events that affect your ability to get pins in less than 4-6 weeks. (ie- Chinese Lunar New Year)
What are your artwork requirements?
We ask for vector art (.ai, .pdf, .eps) created by a program like Adobe Illustrator if possible. Otherwise, we can work with any format of your desire. For quoting purposes you can send us a JPG or PNG. We will vectorize any artwork free of charge. Alternatively, we can design the pin for you, free of charge.
We’ve been in this business since 1971, so we’ll make sure your custom enamel pin design looks awesome as an enamel pin.
Did you know we have the best enamel pin design website? Visit enamelpin.info
Are you an enamel pin factory?
We import all our pins from our trusted partner in China. Our family owned and operated a lapel pin manufacturing facility in Central Alberta, Canada for almost 30 years which has since ceased operation around 2002.
We work with a trusted importer who has offices in both Canada and the USA offering us legal protection and the ability to rate our factory on a distributors site. We have a video that shows you the pitfalls of going China direct. [hint: we remove all that risk and hassle for you!]
What is the difference between hard and soft enamel?
The short answer is that soft enamel costs less. The paint is not level with the surface so less paint is used.
Hard enamel lapel pins have paint level with the surface of the pin which leads to a more sophisticated and quality look.