This button maker machine can also produce medallions by making a button without a pin and applying Tecre’s Patented Third Press Operation. The third press operation to make trophy inserts cannot be performed on buttons made with pins.
- All metal construction
- Cam-on-roller design requires very little physical force to operate
- Button maker machine is compact and lightweight for easy storage and transport
- Cushioned hand grip
- Two-step button making process
- Swivel dieset increases speed
- “Positive stop” ensures upper and lower die alignment
- Rust-resistant plating
- “Zero scrap loss” engineering
- For Graphic Cutting Needs Use: Model 2000, 2″ Round Photo Graphic Punch (27068) or Model 2415, 2″ Round Graphic Punch
- Weight: 7.5 lbs.
- Length: 10” Width: 3” Height: 6”
- Made in USA
This item is for a Model 200 2 inch button making machine! It includes:
- A Model 200 Button Maker (Machine)
- Sample Button Supplies
- Instructions & Warranty
The model 200 machine creates quality, professional buttons. They are unique size, and unlike any other button, they use plastic pin-backs instead of metal ones. This can cut down on the cost of shipping.
This machine is super easy and fun to use. Its great for kids and adults alike. You can design your buttons using our Designer Software or the design program of your choosing, print your graphic on just about any inkjet or laser printer, cut it out, and press it into a button on your very own 2 inch button maker machine!
It comes with a lifetime manufacturers warranty and is backed by the ChapeaButtons.com dedication to customer satisfaction. We are always here to solve any problem, as well as help you with your projects and share information.
*When used with the Model 2415 Graphic Punch this machine can accommodate paper up to 5 mil in thickness. That includes standard office or laser paper, as well as many papers called “Photo Quality Inkjet” or something similar. When used with the Model 2000 Graphic Punch paper of virtually any thickness can be used. That includes glossy and heavyweight photo paper as well as traditional silver photos or even coated dye-sublimation papers.