Metal Nameplate Manufacturers and Companies

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  • Fools Gold?

    When it comes to jewelry, one would be quite upset to discover that their gold necklace was actually a piece of silver jewelry that was simply plated to give it the appearance of gold. It is actually a common problem in the jewelry world for fake imposters of real jewelry to surface and attempt to sell jewelry under the impression that it carries more value than it really does. The consumers are under the impression they will be receiving a real gold piece of value when they in fact receive...

  • Gold Name Plates for the Elite

    According to television, once your bank statement passes a certain number you are able to indulge in everything your heart desires. This may take many forms in a person's life, from a multi-million dollar home to eating out at five star restaurants to owning numerous cars but taking a limo to work instead. Of all the items one may purchase to represent their station, one that doesn't seem important is a gold name plate for their office or home. Yet, in the business realm certain metals have certain connotations, and...

  • Metal Nameplates: The Size of Things

    Name plates come in a variety of sizes, which applies not only to height and width but also to the thickness of the item. The size depends on a multitude of factors, chief among them being the material used, the environment it will be exposed to and the specific application. The shape of a name plate varies as well although not the extent that the size does. Regardless of the material utilized the shape can be easily manipulated into anything imaginable but rarely is. The classic desk name plate shape...

  • Metal Marker Mfg Providing Custom Metal Asset Tags for Identifying Company Assets

    Metal Marker Mfg., a manufacturer of custom identification products, is announcing the availability of custom metal asset tags to meet customers’ unique identification needs. PRLog - Jan. 7, 2015 - NORTH RIDGEVILLE, Ohio -- Metal Marker Mfg., a manufacturer of custom identification products, is announcing the availability of custom metal asset tags to meet customers’ unique identification needs. Metal asset tags can be used for a wide variety of applications including industrial, military, aerospace, and commercial uses, and can be serialized for identification purposes such as asset identification tags. ...

  • Metal Marker Upgrades Their Quality Management System Registration to ISO 9001:2008 + AS9100C

    NORTH RIDGEVILLE, OH, October 1, 2012 – Metal Marker Manufacturing has announced their recent upgrade to an ISO 9001: 2008 + AS9100C Quality Management System certification. As a manufacturer of custom identification products, this upgrade from a previous certification of ISO 9001:2008 + AS9100B , was for the manufacturing and shipping of metal marking devices including metal tags. "We originally certified our Quality Management System in 2008.  This updates our aerospace certification from AS9100B to AS9100C and extends Metal Marker Mfg's ISO 9001:2008 + AS9100C Quality Management System certification to...

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Metal Nameplates

Metal nameplates are shaped pieces of metal designed to display information. A metal nameplate can be used to indicate a person’s name, the contents or occupants of a room, the direction of emergency exits in a building, instructions on a consumer product, warning notices and many other kinds of information. Metal nameplates are generally more expensive than plastic nameplates, and depending on the material, they can be more expensive than wooden nameplates as well.

Aluminum, bronze, zinc, steel, gold, silver and a wide variety of other metals can be used as nameplate material. Aluminum is among the most common and is used as product labeling, for personal nametags, for personal desktop or office nameplates and for many other kinds of signage. More expensive, heavier metals like bronze and brass can also be used for each of those purposes, but bronze and brass nameplates are characterized more for their elegance than for their functionality. In their capacity as nameplate materials, they are most frequently used as labels for monuments and as nameplates in the offices of professional companies. Gold is even more expensive and is used in the construction of nameplates for paintings, plaques and in the offices of companies that invest heavily in the appearance of their workspaces.

The simplest metal nameplates are made of thin aluminum or other inexpensive metals. They are mounted on large consumer products like washing machines, lawn mowers and stoves and are inscribed with instructions for their use, warnings about operational hazards and other important information. Such nameplates can be affixed to surfaces with fasteners or with adhesive. Metal nameplates intended for outdoor use are often affixed with fasteners, because some adhesives are sensitive to temperature changes and exposure to moisture. Consumer product label nameplates can be screen printed, stamped, engraved or etched with information. This is also true of nameplates used for personal identification and most other purposes. A steel nameplate for use on an office door is likely to be stamped or engraved by a metalworking professional and then drilled with holes for fasteners. Metal nameplates can also be suspended or supported by frames or stands, which are commonly employed in the case of desktop nameplates. One major disadvantage of metal as a nameplate material is many metals’ susceptibility to tarnishing and corrosion. When used outdoors, special attention must be given to many metals in order to preserve their appearance and functionality.

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