Metal Tags-A Silent Form of Promotion
Metal tags can help you for identification, labeling, or decorative purposes. These tags are typically made from materials such as aluminum, stainless steel, brass, or copper, and they come in various shapes and sizes. Metal tags are known for their durability and resistance to wear and tear. They can be engraved, embossed, printed, stamped, or etched with information and can be attached to objects using various methods, such as chains, wires, or adhesive.
We have the ability to tailor metal tags according to your specific business needs, employing a variety of methods such as laser engraving, QR codes, and distinctive unique identifiers (UIDs). This customization can encompass any image, design, or information, facilitated through the use of techniques like metal stamping dies, shearing, punching, blanking, and laser cutting machines.
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Reliable Reasons for Choosing Our Metal Tags
We all use durable and high-quality materials to produce metal tags so that they can withstand environmental elements such as wear and tear, sun-induced fading, strong chemicals, severe temperature conditions, and saltwater-induced corrosion without suffering damage or deterioration.
And each of them has outstanding image resolution to show a unique barcode or QR code and letter/number combination.
Multiple Uses of Metal Tags
- Identification Tags: These are often used for labeling items, such as machinery, equipment, keys, or personal belongings. They may include information like serial numbers, names, or other identifying details.
- Dog tags: Originally used by the military to identify soldiers, dog tags are now often used for pets. They typically include the pet’s name and contact information for the owner.
- Name Tags: Worn on clothing, these tags display the name and, in some cases, the position of the person wearing it. They are commonly used in professional settings, like conferences, events, and workplaces.
- Luggage Tags: Attached to luggage or bags, these tags help travelers identify their belongings and make it easier to locate lost items.
- Barcode Tags: Metal tags with barcodes are used in inventory management and tracking systems. The barcode can be scanned for quick and accurate identification.
- Asset Tags: These are used in business and organizations to keep track of valuable assets, such as computers, tools, and office equipment.
- Jewelry Tags: Tiny metal tags are often used for labeling and pricing jewelry items in retail stores.
- Military Tags: These are also known as “dog tags” and are used by the military to identify soldiers. They typically include the soldier’s name, blood type, and other relevant information.
- Plant Tags: Metal tags can be used in gardening to identify different plants or trees. They are weather-resistant and durable.
- Promotional Tags: Some businesses use metal tags for branding and promotional purposes, as they can be customized with logos and other designs.
Customize Your Own Metal Labels
Metal tags come in a variety of colors, such as silver, antique brass, brushed gold, gold, gunmetal, brushed silver, rose gold, brushed gunmetal and so on, but it’s important to note that the color of a metal tag is usually achieved through surface treatments or coatings, rather than the inherent color of the metal itself.
Metal tags come in a variety of finishes, which determine their appearance, texture, and durability. The choice of finish can depend on the intended use, aesthetics, and the functional requirements of the tag. Here are some common finishes for metal tags: matte, satin, #4 (brushed finish), and gloss finishes available.
Metal tags come in a wide range of shapes and sizes, and the choice of shape often depends on their intended use and design. Here are some common shapes of metal tags: round, square, hexagon, rectangle, triangle,oval, letters shape, heart shape, or custom shape.
Metal tags can be made from a variety of metal materials, each with its own set of characteristics, including durability, appearance, and corrosion resistance. Here are some common materials used for metal tags: aluminum, stainless steel, brass, copper, and so on.