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1.Is it possible to have 2 plating on the same item

Yes, “double plating” can be done. But, if you plan to make an order with such process, please confirm with our account executive in advanced.  

2.Does your PVC contain toxic materials?

    All materials as well as manufacturing processes from Scorpion to produce PVC items comply strictly with international regulations. We understand your concern for this matter and we know that dealing with customers from all around the world requires that our products also comply with local regulations.

3.What is the difference between ˇ°Cloisonne stamped with cloisonne / Hard Enamelˇ± process and ˇ°Brass photo-etched with soft enamelˇ±? Which one is better?

There are three main differences between these two processes:

As it is inferred by their names, "Cloisonne stamped with Hard Enamel" & "Brass Photo-etching with Soft Enamel" do not refer to the same manufacturing processes. Cloisonne stamped with Hard Enamel refers to stamping. The material which is being stamped is Copper. On the other hand, Photo-etching is done only with Brass. In this process, the Brass plate will be sprayed with acid solution in order to draw the recesses and cavities.
The second main difference between the two processes is the final colour aspect. You can refer to question No. 25 to understand the difference between Hard and Soft Enamel colouring. Yet, it is important to note that Soft Enamel used in Photo-etching will display a flat surface with nearly no recess.
Finally, Photo-Etching with Soft Enamel will be cheaper than Copper stamped with Hard Enamel.
4.What would be the best product for the best price?

It depends of the artwork. The artwork will define which process will best fit your inquiry between “Printing” and “Stamping”. According to the artwork, and your budget we will then be able to make our best recommendation.

5.What is the difference between Synthetic, Soft, and Hard Enamel?

The major differences between these three colouring materials will be in terms of aspect and quality:

Synthetic Enamel: will probably be the best material to render bright and flashy colours. Furthermore, the process used enables to give a shiny aspect. Finally, the colours will be leveled even with the metal boarders. The front-side surface of the item will be totally flat.
Hard Enamel: distinguishes itself from Soft and Synthetic Enamel. In its primary aspect, Hard Enamel is in powder. It liquefies whenever it is baked. Although the colours will not render as well as Soft and Synthetic Enamel, Hard Enamel will last hundred of year without changing or being scratched.
Soft Enamel: is generally used for products of lower quality. It can be recognized easily, as the colours will be in recess compared to the boarders. The boarders will distinctly appear on a first plan.

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