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Belt Buckle Process

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Belt Buckle Process

Stamping Belt Buckle

More complex belt buckles have designs or pictures etched on metal. It can be very exquisite, sometimes occupying the entire surface of the buckle.
Belt Buckle Process

Inlay Belt Buckles

Inlay belt buckles are often made with great care and attention to detail, as the inlay can be a very visible part of the buckle.
Belt Buckle Process

Hollow Belt Buckle

Hollow belt buckle can easily carve or engrave patterns or text, which can be decorative or ordinary. They are also very durable.
Belt Buckle Process

Epoxy Belt Buckles

Epoxy belt buckles are available in a variety of colors and designs, and they are a popular choice for people who want a stylish and unique belt buckle.
Belt Buckle Process

Enamel Belt Buckles

Enamel belt buckles are made of metal and covered with a layer of enamel. The enamel can be any color, but it is often brightly colored.
Belt Buckle Process

Die Cast Belt Buckles

Die cast belt buckles are popular because they can be made in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, and they are relatively affordable.

How Do They Make Belt Buckles?

The process of making belt buckles begins with the design of the buckle. This is typically done by a graphic designer who will create a vector file of the buckle. Once the design is complete, a machinist will use a computer numerical control (CNC) machine to carve the buckle out of metal. The machinist will also create the holes for the belt and add any text or other details to the buckle.