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Stakie
« on: August 05, 2013 02:05:19 AM »

Hopefully I am posting in the right place. (If I am not I am sorry!)

Finally decided to start making buttons. I found one I like but am just not sure! I wanted to hear about some other experiences from button makers, who make their own buttons at conventions and such? I know you guys are out there! What model do you use? Do you think the one you have suits you best? What do you like about it or hate about it? What would you suggest for someone just getting into button making?

Thanks in advance!
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« Reply #1 on: August 11, 2013 10:49:41 AM »

I have American button machines and the reason I went with them is uniformity, and readily available supplies. They've been great machines and I've never had an issue with them.
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