Welcome to the third edition of our continuing daily Button University series. In previous posts, we tackled issues related to button making instructions and button sizes, and today we look at button machine designs; and specifically, how ABM products incorporate the best button machine design standards in the ever burgeoning button maker market.
Let’s make one thing clear right off the bat: we believe that our button makers incorporate the finest materials and technology to consistently produce quality buttons time and time again. In no way is this meant to disparage our competition. Rather, it is a simple proclamation to our customers that you can completely trust that the products you receive from American Button Machines will be the best. Period.
Why are we so confident that our products employ the best button machine design standards? Let’s count out a few of the reasons:
Our button makers employ a patented two-step button making process that allows you to make a button in less than 5 seconds. This allows you to:
- Easily create several hundred buttons an hour.
- Exert little physical force to operate the machine, thanks to our Cam-on-roller design.
- Be confident that even school children can effectively and safely operate our machines.
Specific design elements offer the most efficient and versatile button making possible.
- Low center of gravity prevents machine from tipping over.
- Mounting holes enable easy mounting.
- Each machine is made from steel, not plastic or composite material for durability; yet the machines are designed to be lightweight and easily portable.
- The ingenious center pivot design increases production speed. Unlike our competition, the metal dies have no compression rings to wear out, fall off, or misalign.
And, of course:
Our button makers are rugged and dependable, but also carry our Lifetime Warranty against defects.
So now that you now how we employ the best button machine design standards possible, isn’t time to figure out which of the many available models is right for you? If you think so, follow the link to browse our button machine product line. If you have any questions, use the comment section below. That’s why we have this blog in the first place, so never hesitate!
Thanks for stopping by The Button Blog today. Keep us in mind tomorrow as well, as we embark on Button University Lesson 4 about paper cutters.
Brighid Brown – Director of Blogging and All Things Cool at ABM