Die Cast Zinc alloy product that adds depth to the design of your product. Requires more production time than the standard 2D products. Please call to get a quote on pricing.
When placed within the cut–out area of the pin, it can be translucent (like the wings on the character in this pin).
A second custom pin is attached to a larger custom pin. Requires a second mold, design and manufacture. Typical attachment is via a “ring” but danglers can be attached to small jewelry chains. Danglers are used to designate special interest in your tournament, like the year of the tournament, a ball, a glove, your state, your flag, the American flag, and many other possibilities. Most common danglers designate the year of the tournament.
Example: teams can use the same pin design year after year and we can update the dangler each year to represent the current tournament.
Gemstones are adhered to the surface of the pin to enhance the visual effect of the pin.
A second custom pin
(2005 baseball) is allowed to rotate inside of a larger custom pin. Typically spinners come in the shape of bats, but can be in any shape of your imagination. They add extreme value, custom power and dimension to your custom pin in that they attach on top of the pin face and can be spun with the finger above the face of the main pin.
Glitter enamel is added to the colors of your custom pin design. Glitter colors are very popular and add great dimension and sparkle. Glitter is an inexpensive way to make an extremely sought after, highly visible and expensive looking custom pin.
A second pin which is attached with a strong spring to a larger custom pin. They “bobble” when the pin is moved creating an eye catching effect that is different from any other type of custom pin. Bobble heads are typically the head of a uniformed player in the team colors.
Similar to a spinner. But in this case the smaller custom pin holds the larger custom pin against the smaller pin. The pin has more definition as a 3–D pin than the spinner or the slider designs. Thus they add trading value and dimension to your custom pin in that they attach on top of the pin face.
A second custom pin is allowed to slide in a slot of a larger pin. Sliders require a “slot” to be cut into the die of the main pin, then the slider pin, which is a custom pin itself, will fit into the slot of the main pin. Sliders are eye appealing and give a sense of action to the pin. Common sliders include; players running a baseline, swinging bats and moving balls.