Die Struck Pins - Metal Diestruck Pins
Die struck pins are quality metal pins that can be used for multiple purposes.
An excellent choice for awards of significance, recognition or promotional events.
Anything that requires a metallic pin finish or look. Many polished and antique plating colors are available.
Diestruck pins are exactly like hard enamel pins or soft enamel pins, except without the color!
Die struck pins can be sand blasted, polished or even antiqued for additional effect.
Die struck pins are sometimes referred to as die cast pins, molded pins or diestruck pins.
Die struck pins (a.k.a., stamped), are made of premium materials, have clean lines and are quite elegant.
If you require a classy, dignified pin, a die struck pin is great choice.
2.00" and larger pins have two spur nails on the back, while smaller pins have one.
Benefits of Die Struck pins
Disadvantages of Die Struck pins
- Metallic finish & appearance - view plating options
- Highly visible, especially when polished
- Custom diestruck shapes available
- Thick, die struck metal gives impression of value
- No color, other than metal - contrast is not high
- Can be perceived as lower value when pin trading
Other sizes are available, contact us for a quick quote
Order any quantity of pins above the minimum, price breaks simply occur at quantities above.
From the date you place your order, items can be delivered within 30 calendar days with regular shipping or 15 calendar days with rush shipping. Rush shipping charge is 15% of the total order cost. Call us for last minute order assistance, we can most likely help you (we have made and delivered custom orders in five days).
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Saturday or Sunday deliveries to be adjusted to the following Monday.
Note about pin size: Pin size is determined by the greater of width or height.
Whether pin size is 2.00" by 1.00" or 2.00" by 2.00", that is a 2.00" pin. Plan accordingly.
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