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Looking for a button maker?

You're in the right place. ButtonMakers.net has been an industry leader since 2001. Here you will find a detailed comparison of the ProMaker line and MultiMaker 4000 button maker machines. These machine can make pinned back buttons commonly used in schools, libraries, maker spaces and more. In addition to buttons this equipment can also be used to make magnets, key chains and other accessories depending on the size you select.

At ButtonMakers.net we carry two styles of button maker, the ProMaker and MultiMaker. Below you will find a video comparisson of the two as well as a chart with the pros and cons of each type.


Button Maker
The ProMaker button making machine is the gold standard of button making. It's manufactured in the US and comes with a lifetime guarantee. A well maintained ProMaker will allow you to make thousands upon thousands of buttons over the years and keep on working. Each machine does only one size, but the buttons it produces are top-notch quality.

PROs:
  • Reliable
  • Produces commercial quality products
  • Good manufacturers support
  • Manufactured in the US
  • Quality construction, long lasting
CONs:
  • Each machine produces only one size
  • Is an investment
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MultiMaker Button Maker
The MultiMaker 4000 button maker is a mult-size machine. It has 4 size dies available that you can swap out. It's a newer product that has not been through the rigorous testing that the ProMaker has and it's manufactured in China so manufacturer support is more spotty. The buttons that it produces can be a little more loose feeling than that of the ProMaker. There are adjustments that can be made to the dies to overcome most issues. But this tinkering or "baby sitting" can get tedious if you are trying to get an order out on a deadline. It is really a beginner model button maker for the hobbiest or budget-conscious.

PROs:
  • Changeable dies, can make multiple size buttons
  • Affordable
CONs:
  • Manufactured in China
  • Produces less quality buttons
  • Requires lots of adjustments and "baby sitting"

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