Different types of button makers
Buying a button maker can be a minefield. I'm not saying that companies are evil but ..... A pin-back button is a relatively inexpensive product and you sell…
T150 Hobby Button Maker. This is a low cost hobby style. Not recommended for volume but in tests it worked well. Need 100 buttons/ day and this will do it well. If you need 1000 you would be better off getting a solid metal machine.
Industrial button maker. Will produce 3-4000 buttons per day. Well made but you need a mortgage for this electronic button maker or at least a steady stream of larger orders.
Solid steel dies. No plastic. This is what to look for when buying a button maker. Also make sure that the machine takes low cost standard button parts. Some companies jig the size of the buttons a little and then charge double for an identical button that's an 1/8" different in size.
Badgeaminit button maker with interchangeable dies. Not recommended! Button Parts too expensive and machine has some plastic parts that will not last. Also interchangeable dies are often impractical: This machine is the price of 3 fixed button makers. You are much better off with 3 separate machines.