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Enhanced Brand Identity When designing an aluminum badge to enhance and showcase a high profile brand, some common appearance requirements include sharp detail or bold and reflective graphics. With the variety of decorating options available, these elements can seem difficult to achieve. This post ...
I came across this brilliant aluminum nameplate while browsing through the sample area of our Design Studio.
A popular sample within our Product Display Room is this amplifier trim. It begs to be touched and has just enough glitz to catch your eye, drawing attention to the product name. 
Premium Aluminum Finish for High End Electronics Brand This speaker nameplate is one of my favorites. It speaks to the richness of the high end brand. The premium look is carried further with anodized copper color and embossed graphics enhanced with diamond cut decorating process. The result is a ...
Guest Blogger This article is part of a series of articles from my co-workers on their favorite nameplates. Sonya Stone, our guest blogger this week, chose an aluminum part which brings back childhood memories.  This part does grab attention and enhances the well-known brand with crisp detail and ...
Customers often request a color or texture match to ensure a seamless design on their end product. A nameplate or badge can mimic the texture or material of the desired item. This is especially important for household goods and furniture products. Through continuous improvements in design and ...
Have you ever noticed the pristine quality of medical equipment while in the doctor's office? The overall appearance and durability are supreme. The product identification for the equipment needs to reflect the quality and precision of the equipment.
  Are you interested in changing the look of your nameplate without an overall design change? There are several processes that can be added to an existing nameplate to enhance the overall appeal. The examples above include the original design, the silver-on-silver version, which was created for one ...
The diamond cutting process generates crisp detail and a highly polished look for your badge or nameplate. Through a two-step progression the desired area is first embossed, or raised slightly from the original surface. Following the emboss operation, a thin layer of aluminum is removed to reveal ...

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