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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 106 reviews
76%
(81)
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Ezra
Functional but Quirky

Overall, I am satisfied with this button maker. It has its quirks and has to be lined up in a certain way to make the buttons correctly, but it does work. My sister and I have successfully make like 200 buttons with it.

H
Hadley
Great price but not worth the stress.

Beamnova button maker 75mm must have been a defective. 3 out if 10 buttons would come out ok. But I had to literally take me time aligning the base to top before pulling lever. Even then a button dropped on floor and it fell apart. The instructions seem easy to assemble as well as the YouTube videos. But one side of the base I couldn’t get to the pin. The base that slides left and right is unstable. When pulling lever down on the button the first base it is not adhering the metal back to the clear film. Nor to the plastic backing.

N
Nigel
Double check materials

This is the first button making machine I’ve ever used and it took me a while to figure out how to use it properly. It got jammed three times before I figured out the clear film was stuck together thus was too thick for the press to work. Got a hand at it after a while and haven’t jammed it since. Just have to make sure none of the metal buttons or clear film is stuck together

B
Beverly
Trial and Error

We had a lot of trial and error with this machine, for 3 days... we finally got it to work, but we needed to adjust the coils underneath, adjust the metal pieces in the back so the switch would move, and the main problem was that your image needed to be slightly smaller than the mylar (clear rounds) in order for it to crimp down on the button correctly. We use a hole punch for our buttons and purchased a 1 3/4 size to have it work correctly. Anything smaller and it won't hold the plastic backing to the metal. I'm leaving this at a 3 star rating for now because we are still needing to adjust it to where we need it over and over and from how much supplies we wasted to try to get it to work before we found what works for ours. They have good customer service, but it's kind of a chore to find their contact info.

S
Sean
Great once you figure it out!

I read a lot of the reviews to finally figure out how to make this work - attaching a video for reference.

Essentially, on the first press with aluminum, paper, and plastic, you don’t want the posts to line up with the holes on the press. On the second press, you do. Another tip, don’t double press the aluminum backers - if you got it wrong the first time, you’ve already changed the shape and it won’t give you a clean button on the second attempt (it will be an irregular circle, as seen in some reviews). Luckily you’ve got 999 others to try and get it right.

Make sure your paper is slightly smaller than your plastic topper. I ordered a 2” circular hole punch which is perfect for the size I got (44mm), about 1/8” smaller than the recommended paper size.

And lastly, just because I would hate for you to do something as stupid as me, be careful when you unwrap this. I went to grab what I thought must be a part of the press to assemble it, but it was the cutter and I sliced my finger open. Ouch.

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 106 reviews
76%
(81)
15%
(16)
8%
(9)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
E
Ezra
Functional but Quirky

Overall, I am satisfied with this button maker. It has its quirks and has to be lined up in a certain way to make the buttons correctly, but it does work. My sister and I have successfully make like 200 buttons with it.

H
Hadley
Great price but not worth the stress.

Beamnova button maker 75mm must have been a defective. 3 out if 10 buttons would come out ok. But I had to literally take me time aligning the base to top before pulling lever. Even then a button dropped on floor and it fell apart. The instructions seem easy to assemble as well as the YouTube videos. But one side of the base I couldn’t get to the pin. The base that slides left and right is unstable. When pulling lever down on the button the first base it is not adhering the metal back to the clear film. Nor to the plastic backing.

N
Nigel
Double check materials

This is the first button making machine I’ve ever used and it took me a while to figure out how to use it properly. It got jammed three times before I figured out the clear film was stuck together thus was too thick for the press to work. Got a hand at it after a while and haven’t jammed it since. Just have to make sure none of the metal buttons or clear film is stuck together

B
Beverly
Trial and Error

We had a lot of trial and error with this machine, for 3 days... we finally got it to work, but we needed to adjust the coils underneath, adjust the metal pieces in the back so the switch would move, and the main problem was that your image needed to be slightly smaller than the mylar (clear rounds) in order for it to crimp down on the button correctly. We use a hole punch for our buttons and purchased a 1 3/4 size to have it work correctly. Anything smaller and it won't hold the plastic backing to the metal. I'm leaving this at a 3 star rating for now because we are still needing to adjust it to where we need it over and over and from how much supplies we wasted to try to get it to work before we found what works for ours. They have good customer service, but it's kind of a chore to find their contact info.

S
Sean
Great once you figure it out!

I read a lot of the reviews to finally figure out how to make this work - attaching a video for reference.

Essentially, on the first press with aluminum, paper, and plastic, you don’t want the posts to line up with the holes on the press. On the second press, you do. Another tip, don’t double press the aluminum backers - if you got it wrong the first time, you’ve already changed the shape and it won’t give you a clean button on the second attempt (it will be an irregular circle, as seen in some reviews). Luckily you’ve got 999 others to try and get it right.

Make sure your paper is slightly smaller than your plastic topper. I ordered a 2” circular hole punch which is perfect for the size I got (44mm), about 1/8” smaller than the recommended paper size.

And lastly, just because I would hate for you to do something as stupid as me, be careful when you unwrap this. I went to grab what I thought must be a part of the press to assemble it, but it was the cutter and I sliced my finger open. Ouch.

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