PVC Patches / Custom PVC Badges

PVC patches are used to customize your clothing lines by having your brand name or logo molded using soft rubber material. People also call it rubber patch. There is another way you can customize your clothes and give them a different look and make them luxurious, setting your brand apart from the rest. You can do this by using rubber patch. The material PVC, polyvinyl chloride, is a soft and adaptable plastic that can be molded to any shapes and dyed to any colors or shades, making it one of the most commonly used synthetic materials around the world. Custom PVC morale patches on caps or hats look awesome. You can get them made as PVC Velcro patches. Fabricant patch PVC is another name of the same product. We are a local supplier of custom PVC badges in Houston, Texas.

 

Appearance and Design

Unlike embroidered patches or printed patches, PVC patches project a true 3D look and that is why custom PVC badges are widely regarded as an alternative to the most common embroidered patches. PVC patches are made of a durable plastic and that give you the chance to use them in as many styles and colors as you want. Custom PVC badges also create a possibility for logo designers to concentrate on the details of the artwork, and then craft out detailed designs in either 2D or in 3D method. If you need to design some jackets for the Memorial Day and you want to show your affection for the country, you must get our custom PVC morale patches for this event. Sometimes, a logo picture needs to be modified for a good outcome of the PVC badge. We know how to design a logo for Custom PVC labels. PVC Velcro patches need a less difficult shape; the simpler, the better. Velcro is sewn the rubber patch using a sewing machine. If you have any questions regarding the artwork you have, please visit our services page for more details.

 

Backing Options for Custom PVC Badges

PVC Velcro Patches are our best seller. When it comes to the backing options available for our PVC patches, the most popular one is Velcro backing. This backing allows the patch to be easily added and removed from clothing. With Velcro backing, you can put the same PVC Velcro patches on different products. Because of the kind of material that is used in PVC patches, it is not advisable to use the iron on backing to prevent the soft plastic from melting away. PVC patches and PVC backing are two different things. You can put the PVC backing on embroidered patches. PVC backing, or plastic backing is a thin lamination film that is applied to support the patch. Please note that this type of patch is usually sown. Custom PVC labels also come with peel and stick backing. You can also sew on custom PVC labels. Learn more about the backing options available for all kind of patches.

 

Who uses PVC Patches / Rubber Patch?

PVC patches are water-proof; so, they are used mostly by clothing manufacturers that produce clothing for water sports, marine engineering firms, fishing vessel staff, and other engaging and adventure sports.

The other users of PVC patches are advertising agencies, event planners, military units, police departments, girl scouts, boy scouts, fire departments, and so on. PVC patches can also be used as Velcro name patches and Velcro patches for backpacks. Besides woven labels, denim jeans manufacturers also use rubber patch to customize their products for their clients. T-shirts and polo shirts manufacturers employ this branding method too. PVC patches can be sewn to caps, shirts, bags, jackets, outdoor gear, baggage, and on many other products. Individuals use custom PVC morale patches on their clothing. Children also love custom PVC morale patches.

 

Production and Setup Cost

You may know that the PVC patches are generally more expensive than the embroidered patches because of the molds required to make them. Unlike custom embroidered patches – which is an alternative to PVC patches – that do not require molds, but a digitized DST file. Design setup for the embroidered patches is a lot easier and cheaper than the PVC ones. The artwork or the logo image is converted into an embroidery file for computerized embroidery machines. It takes between one to two hours to digitize a logo and costs $15 to $30. Whereas, set up a design for PVC patches needs a mold. A mold is a container that we pour liquid/molten plastic into. It becomes solid in the same shape as the mold when it is cooled. It costs us around $100 to $150; depends on the details in a logo. PVC badge design cost is higher, but it is worth of the price you pay.

 

Why PVC Patches?

What sets PVC patches apart from both woven patches and custom embroidered patches? Why should you go for PVC patches?

PVC patches are more beautiful than embroidered patches, printed patches, and other similar products. PVC patches are more durable, they last longer than all other kinds of patches. Oftentimes they even outlast backpacks, caps, or uniforms to they are attached. Another advantage is the fact that they do not fade, and the colors used in the PVC patches withstand unlimited washes. The third advantage is the amazing 3D look they have. We make PVC patches in up to 12 colors.

With all these advantages, a PVC patch should be a priority.

 

Why Us?

We make all kinds of rubber patch, e.g. custom PVC morale patches, PVC Velcro patches, custom PVC badges, and custom PVC labels. All you need is to send you artwork for custom PVC morale patches, PVC Velcro patches, custom PVC badges, and custom PVC labels. Send us an e-mail or make a phone call and we will be more than happy to help you. Have we mentioned our pocket-friendly prices? Call us to discover!

 

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