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Steve N Steve N
This is the best designed import button maker
I have 4 of the Vevor-style button makers. They work great. I like the rotating ones better than the slide ones but I can't find the base plates for the dies to make them swappable so I keep buying new machines. Once you get the procedure down, you can reliably crimp 100 buttons without a failure.Important information: There are metric and inch machines and parts. THEY ARE NOT INTERCHANGEABLE! If it says "75mm", the 3" is just there to help you understand the size. You MUST buy 75mm buttons. The same is true for 58mm and the other metric machines.Most of the metric dies are set up for plastic buttons. The backs are thinner on the metal buttons so you need a thin gasket in the die for metal backs.They can be finicky about the paper thickness. Try different papers. The standard one that works is Espon 27lb matte presentation paper.Don't try to cut the paper with scissors. You will fail. A cheap plastic circle cutter is OK for a few buttons. For many buttons, either get a punch dedicated to the correct size or use a craft cutter like a Cricut or Silhouette with the print and cut feature.These machines could easily be operated by a 6 year old. Teach a kid to make buttons and magnets and they will have fun for hours.
PiperV PiperV
Well-built, great value - parts sources are limited
Solid, tight with a quality annodization. No instructions, however, if you YouTube the Tecre machine there are several great instructional videos available. (when inserting the dies, make sure that the vertical metal bars on each lower die are positioned towards the middle of the unit)Purchased from seller "Mophorn" who shipped and answered questions promptly. Only worrisome point now is where to find button parts. Most domestic sellers specify that their parts only work in USA built machines. The design of this unit is quite similar to the Tecre (American brand) but it is the internal die dimensions which ultimately determine compatibility. Besides the fact that the button backs provided in the kit are plastic. I have placed an order with a company called "" (100 sets of 1-3/4" Pinned metal Back Buttons) and hope to trial them by the middle of May 2019. More to come.........5/5/19 UPDATE - Being unable to make more buttons on this machine than the limited number of starter parts provided, I purchased a quantity of steel backed 1.75" (44mm) button parts from [NO PROMOTION IS GIVEN HERE FOR THAT COMPANY ONLY THAT THEIR PARTS CAN BE MADE TO WORK] The steel pin backs are roughly 1/2 the thickness of the Mophorn plastic backs. Solution to using them in a Mophorn machine is to remove the pin from the back from one part. Place the back into the bottom of the die as shown in the photo. This becomes a spacer which makes the bottom die just the right height to function. Now just run your button making process as per normal and voila! You've got steel backed buttons and parts that are readily available. I have not tried any other supplier but my guess is that the end result will be the same.
Unknown Unknown
Handle may need to be adjusted to make it go down all the way
Seems like a decent button maker. Took sometime to figure out why we could not get it to go down all the way, turns out the handle was hitting a screw and needed to unscrewed a little.
alicen p. alicen p.
Great look good quality
It's very good quality and my best friend loves the look of it. Now that this is said, we cant figure out how to use the darn thing. We set it up correctly and everything but it just isnt working properly. With more tweaking with it I'm sure we will figure it out.
Wanda Tilus Wanda Tilus
Great Button Maker! - Wanda Tilus
This was the most easiest tool i use to make buttons! Quick to make and its pretty cool wearing the pins you made with an outfit. 10/10
Nicole Kunihisa Nicole Kunihisa
Sturdy product..
This product is very well made and easy to put together out of the box. The process to make the button is quite easy once you watch the video. Be aware that this product uses plastic backings. I attempted PiperV's review/hack to use metal backings but was unsuccessful. The pins with plastic backings come out perfectly, so no problem there. Their customer service is quick to respond to communications, and overall I had very good interactions with them.
Andrew Burke Andrew Burke
Great quality
Bought this for our 12 year-old daughter. She has made dozens of buttons with it so far, and loves it. It is an excellent quality product, easy enough for her to operate herself.
Vevor Customer Vevor Customer
No instructions
There were no instructions, even though its says includes 1 manual. it looks us about 2 hours to realize the for the image side - do NOT align the rods into the holes. for the button side you DO align the rods with the holes. We had to resort to youtube to find which direction the button holder were supposed to face. In the youtube video, the button holder sides are labeled A and B. On the actual unit the presses ARE NOT labeled, but the rotating part is labeled L and R.once we got it going, we are fine, but wasted about 50 pieces.
Susan Susan
Absolutely amazing. So easy to use. I hope to collect all of the different sizes. I wish the size plates were adjustable.
Michael Michael
The button maker itself is great quality and very easy to use. However, finding parts for this thing is very difficult and frustrating, especially if you are looking to make better quality buttons with metal backings. It took me several failed attempts to realize that it wasn't me not knowing what I was doing, but instead it was that this machine doesn't play well with better quality button pieces (even though they are the correct measurements). I recommend going with a different option for a button maker. Would have saved me a lot of time, money and frustration.

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