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1-3 inch Button Maker Machine with 1000 Button Parts

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Only 44mm and 58mm dies have the side holes for keychain making. Only 58mm and 75 mm dies have the side holes for pocket mirrors.Molds need to be purchased separately.
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44mm and 58mm Dies

58mm and 75mm Dies

Main Features:

- Complete Button Badges Making Set:BEAMNOVA button maker machine fits for 25-75mm / About 1-3 Inch button badges, with 1000 pcs button parts and a circle cutter. Just print your pattern and DIY your own badge.
-High Quality Metal Material: Cast iron body and Fiber Reinforced Plastics base for easy and sturdy operation. The ergonomically designed handle with a comfortable grip allows fast and labor-saving badge making. Aluminum rails for a bright outlook and are resistant to corrosion.
-For Accurate Badge Making:Metal slide plate is more accurate for fast slide track operation and high success rate. The raised part prevents the die from slipping out of the machine while accurately positioning the badge.
-Widely Applicable:You can DIY badges with different patterns. Suitable for normal family use. Also, you can choose to set up your own booth at flea markets or fairs, quickly make and sell buttons. With a digital camera and a variety of button parts you can take photos and sell them as finished products.
- NOTE: 1. Due to material fitting issues, the other button parts may not be suitable for BEAMNOVA maker machines, and BEAMNOVA's buttons may not be able to work for other brands of machines. It is recommended that you only purchase BEAMNOVA brand products. 2. If you get stuck during the making of the button, use a wrench to adjust the position of the mold so that the upper and lower molds are completely aligned after pressing the handle. Please refer to pictures or videos.

Specification:

Material: ABS + Metal


Dimension:

Package Weight: 12.6kg/27.77lb
Package Size: 44 x 28 x 29cm/17.32 x 11.02 x 11.41inch

Package Contents:

1 x 25mm-0.98in (About 1in) Machine+1000 Button Parts
or
1 x 32mm-1.26in (About 1.25in) Machine+1000 Button Parts
or
1 x 37mm-1.46in (About 1.5in) Machine+1000 Button Parts
or
1 x 44mm-1.73in (About 1.75in) Machine+1000 Button Parts
or
58mm-2.28in (About 2.25in) Machine+1000 Button Parts
or
75mm-2.95in (About 3in) Machine+500 Button Parts

 

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
80%
(4)
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A
Aurora
Vote for this button maker!

Great button maker for what we needed it for. My daughter was running for Student Govt anc we made pins for kids to wear. Is this a professional button maker? No. Some of the buttons came apart and they sometimes don’t line up correctly. Is it worth the money? Absolutely! It still worked and did what we needed it to do!

A
Al Moyer
LOVE THIS THING!

I absolutely LOVE this button maker. Instructions are easy to follow. If your buttons are turning out bad because they aren’t cropping right, you are either using too thick of paper or you accidentally grabbed an extra mylar sheet! Every time my crimping came out badly, it was because I had an extra mylar sheet in it. The sheets are very thin and stick to each other sometimes. Just pick up a sheet and rub your fingers across it like you’re about to snap and you’ll separate it from another sheet if it’s doubled up.

C
Customer
I recommend this seller and brand.

I have been using my Cricut Explore to craft and was interested in buttons. This machine arrived on time and was easy to learn how to use.

R
R.G.
Affordable price for a decent size

Wish it had a guide that would guarantee perfect pin alignment. I went through a few buttons trying to get a good alignment. Angling the hole at about 11 o’clock on a clock face worked for me.

K
K.W.
Totally satisfied and easy to use

This button press is fantastic. I know that a lot of button presses get mixed reviews but I thought I'd break down the possible confusion someone might have in regards to using and pressing the badges. It's a simple piece of machinery, so it's really easy to figure out and also comes with a sheet of instructions on set up and basic use. The style of button press is similar to the Neil Enterprises brand button machine, but lighter and much more affordable.

First of all, the machine doesn't require a lot of force to press. From the videos I keep seeing of people using them and having defect badges, it all seems to be that people are using too much or too little force. It's important to note the die molds are a certain way when you press so you can get an idea of when the button is fully pressed and ready.

When you put the badge, design, and mylar on the first part of the mold, it has to fit and be pretty much flush against the inside. It can't be askew, the top of the badge has to sit in the center of the ring all the way flat. I had a single defect badge that I tried to press twice because it wasn't all the way in there the first time.

The first time you press down, there is a gap on the top mold between the plate and the mold where the pins are sitting under the plate. This is as far as it's supposed to go down, it's just grabbing the badge, design, and plastic.

The same thing applies to the backing. The backing has to be completely flat against the bottom, and if you're using the right size mold it will fit perfectly in the bottom. The bottom mold pin pushes the top mold slightly so that the pins in the top mold fit through the plate and when you press down, there should be absolutely NO GAP between the top mold and plate. If there is a slight gap, you haven't pressed all the way down. This results in the messy and loose plastic around the buttons from presses you see in other reviews.

A few other things to note:
- Paper weight matters! You can press up to a very light cardstock (about 50lb) but not heavy or scrapbooking cardstock. The best recommendation is to use regular copy paper (19-24lb) because it will press easier.
- Make sure you only grabbed one piece of mylar. It's really thin, thinner than you might think.
- This WON'T work with American button sizes. America uses imperial sizes, so the buttons are .03" too big. American buttons are 1.25" after pressing, these are 1.28" after pressing (58mm)

Final verdict:
This is super easy to use. The button backings are much higher quality than I initially anticipated and seem really sturdy. Also, you never really imagine just how much 1000 buttons are. It's a lot. It's probably over 2sq ft worth of unpressed buttons. It's really a great deal. On top of that, the molds are totally interchangeable! I'm really excited to get other size molds and buttons so I can make more products.

Shipping countries

We ship to the United States only.

Shipping Fees

All the products are free shipping Within the United States.

Shipping Times

We employ the services of major, trusted international carriers to ensure your package arrives at your destination safely.

U.S. domestic orders are shipped from our USA warehouse for the fastest delivery times but exceptions may occur based on stock shortage - because of which we may have to ship from China.

U.S. domestic shipping: about 3-5 Working Days.

International shipping: about 8-15 working days

A standard processing time of up to 48 hours is required before the order is shipped out.

Due to challenges posed by the pandemic, our carrier is temporarily experiencing shipping delays, which may delay your delivery. We are always working to get your package to you as quickly and safely as possible.

Returns Policy

You may return most new, unopened items within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. We'll also pay the return shipping costs if the return is a result of our error (you received an incorrect or defective item, etc.).

You should expect to receive your refund within four weeks of giving your package to the return shipper, however, in many cases you will receive a refund more quickly. This time period includes the transit time for us to receive your return from the shipper (5 to 10 business days), the time it takes us to process your return once we receive it (3 to 5 business days), and the time it takes your bank to process our refund request (5 to 10 business days).

If you need to return an item, simply login to your account, view the order using the "Complete Orders" link under the My Account menu and click the Return Item(s) button. We'll notify you via e-mail of your refund once we've received and processed the returned item.

the wholesale price will be a big bargain.


Wholesale Inquiry:

Email:customer@beamnova.com

All reply will be responded to within 12-24 hours.

Telephone:+1 909-895-6550 (Monday to Friday 6:00 pm-2:00 am PST)

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
80%
(4)
20%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
A
Aurora
Vote for this button maker!

Great button maker for what we needed it for. My daughter was running for Student Govt anc we made pins for kids to wear. Is this a professional button maker? No. Some of the buttons came apart and they sometimes don’t line up correctly. Is it worth the money? Absolutely! It still worked and did what we needed it to do!

A
Al Moyer
LOVE THIS THING!

I absolutely LOVE this button maker. Instructions are easy to follow. If your buttons are turning out bad because they aren’t cropping right, you are either using too thick of paper or you accidentally grabbed an extra mylar sheet! Every time my crimping came out badly, it was because I had an extra mylar sheet in it. The sheets are very thin and stick to each other sometimes. Just pick up a sheet and rub your fingers across it like you’re about to snap and you’ll separate it from another sheet if it’s doubled up.

C
Customer
I recommend this seller and brand.

I have been using my Cricut Explore to craft and was interested in buttons. This machine arrived on time and was easy to learn how to use.

R
R.G.
Affordable price for a decent size

Wish it had a guide that would guarantee perfect pin alignment. I went through a few buttons trying to get a good alignment. Angling the hole at about 11 o’clock on a clock face worked for me.

K
K.W.
Totally satisfied and easy to use

This button press is fantastic. I know that a lot of button presses get mixed reviews but I thought I'd break down the possible confusion someone might have in regards to using and pressing the badges. It's a simple piece of machinery, so it's really easy to figure out and also comes with a sheet of instructions on set up and basic use. The style of button press is similar to the Neil Enterprises brand button machine, but lighter and much more affordable.

First of all, the machine doesn't require a lot of force to press. From the videos I keep seeing of people using them and having defect badges, it all seems to be that people are using too much or too little force. It's important to note the die molds are a certain way when you press so you can get an idea of when the button is fully pressed and ready.

When you put the badge, design, and mylar on the first part of the mold, it has to fit and be pretty much flush against the inside. It can't be askew, the top of the badge has to sit in the center of the ring all the way flat. I had a single defect badge that I tried to press twice because it wasn't all the way in there the first time.

The first time you press down, there is a gap on the top mold between the plate and the mold where the pins are sitting under the plate. This is as far as it's supposed to go down, it's just grabbing the badge, design, and plastic.

The same thing applies to the backing. The backing has to be completely flat against the bottom, and if you're using the right size mold it will fit perfectly in the bottom. The bottom mold pin pushes the top mold slightly so that the pins in the top mold fit through the plate and when you press down, there should be absolutely NO GAP between the top mold and plate. If there is a slight gap, you haven't pressed all the way down. This results in the messy and loose plastic around the buttons from presses you see in other reviews.

A few other things to note:
- Paper weight matters! You can press up to a very light cardstock (about 50lb) but not heavy or scrapbooking cardstock. The best recommendation is to use regular copy paper (19-24lb) because it will press easier.
- Make sure you only grabbed one piece of mylar. It's really thin, thinner than you might think.
- This WON'T work with American button sizes. America uses imperial sizes, so the buttons are .03" too big. American buttons are 1.25" after pressing, these are 1.28" after pressing (58mm)

Final verdict:
This is super easy to use. The button backings are much higher quality than I initially anticipated and seem really sturdy. Also, you never really imagine just how much 1000 buttons are. It's a lot. It's probably over 2sq ft worth of unpressed buttons. It's really a great deal. On top of that, the molds are totally interchangeable! I'm really excited to get other size molds and buttons so I can make more products.

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