Trusted Manufacturer Of Wholesale Polished Brass Plate
Foison Metal is a reliable b2b manufacturer of polished brass plates. Trust our unmatched product quality and customer service that successfully satisfy your needs and requirements. Our services include:
Highly Efficient Manufacturing Process
Crafting our polished brass plates involves a meticulous process that transforms raw metal sheets into distinctively textured and durable brass metal plates. Using the electroplating technique, we create non-fading, corrosion-proof plates in various plating. Personalized design and markings are produced by laser engraving, stamping, and etching.
Foison Metal Produces Customized Polished Brushed Plate That Matches Customer’s Requirements & Expectations.
Polished Brass Switch Plates
Polished Brass Wall Plates
Polished Brass Letter Plates
Polished Brass Door Kick Plates
Why Choose Foison Metal
Basic Production Processes
Below is the list of production processes that are used to create your customized metal plates.
Packaging & Shipment
Custom Colors Options
Surface Finish Options
Custom Design Solutions
Partner with Foison Metal to unleash your creativity in producing polished brass plates. We offer various customization options to craft your custom brass plates. You can choose the shape, size, and colour of your metal plates to align with your brand’s identity. To support you in achieving your design aspirations, we offer expert suggestions on first-rate plating and finishes that enhance the overall aesthetics of your brass plates. We also offer high-definition printing that ensures excellent detailing, resulting in a quality that not only meets but exceeds your expectations.
Surface Content On Different Production Process
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This method allows the application of intricate patterns, logos, texts, and graphics with high durability, fade resistance, and vibrant color presentation.
A surface design technique that creates intricate and precise texts and graphics with high-definition, permanent, and visually striking outcomes.
This entails using a different, softer buffing wheel and a softer, less abrasive polishing compound. The metal acquires a high, mirror-like shine after polishing.
The laser cutting process provides exceptional accuracy, allowing for intricate and detailed surface design. This technique can create fine lines and sharp corners.
This surface technique helps elevate the quality and appeal of brass plates. Electroplating improves functionality and extends durability.
Foison Metal Team Offers Polished Brass Plates that are Crafted to Perfection with Timeless Elegance & Luster
Here at Foison Metal, we take great pride in crafting polished brass plates that boat to perfection and timeless elegance. With excellent attention to detail, we are dedicated to delivering the highest quality for brass plates. We create plates that show sophistication and prestige, leaving a lasting impression.
The lists of our certificates that we have collected from manufacturing custom metal plates in bulk are shown below:
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FAQs & Ultimate Guide
1. Do you offer specialized metal plates for outdoor use?
Yes, we use brass for metal plates that will be used in an outdoor setting. Brass is a highly corrosion-resistant material that may be exposed to moisture, rain, or any harsh weather conditions.
2. What options do I have for mounting personalized polished brushed plates?
You can choose from heavy-duty adhesive, screw holes, and screws (some of which come with nails).
3. What choices do I have for the corners of my custom-polished brushed plates?
You have the option of ordering round, square, or notched corners. (Min. 3/4″ x 2″)
4. Can I get metal plates in a specific size?
Yes. Metal plates can be made in sizes ranging from 1/2″ x 1″ to 3″ x 8″ in 1/8″ increments.
5. Can you engrave a polished brass plate?
The majority of metal plates can be engraved, but the quality of the engraving will depend on the type of metal and the finish. For advice on your specific plate, always seek the advice of a qualified engraver.