How PVC Patches Are Made

If you are looking for a more unique look than traditional embroidery patches, consider creating custom pvc patches. These soft rubber patches have a high-end rubber look, flat matte finish, and bright colors that stand out from the crowd. They are ideal for fireman and law enforcement uniforms. They are also available with a variety of backing styles, including iron-on adhesive or velcro.

The pvc patch  production process begins with the creation of a unique metal mold with the help of a CAD machine. Once the base layer is poured and cooled, additional layers of colored soft PVC are poured over it, building up the unique design. After the patch is completed, a sewing channel and the option of backing is applied.

The History of PVC Patches: From Military Origins to Fashion Statements

Once the design has been finalized, a digital proof is sent to the client for approval. This proof allows for unlimited revisions until the customer is satisfied with the final product. Once the proof is approved, the order can be confirmed.

PVC patches are resistant to abrasion, which makes them a good choice for clothing and gear that will be used in harsh environments. They are also waterproof and do not fade. This makes them a popular choice for military uniforms, as they can be worn in rugged activities without fading or becoming damaged.

Another advantage of pvc patches is their ability to create very sharp details, even at large sizes. This makes them a good choice for designs that make heavy use of color, and it is particularly advantageous for text-based designs, as the letters will appear crisp and clear.