How are your buttons made?

Modified on Tue, 10 Mar 2020 at 04:45 PM

We start off by taking the artwork you provide and printing it on our digital printing press. We use the same machines that you find in professional print shops all over the country. The printed pages are then laminated, die cut,  and staged for production. We are currently running eight electric button presses as well as a bank of pneumatic machines.  An operator places a metal shell, the die cut graphic, and button back into the machine. The machine presses the pieces together and the button is formed. The buttons are then weighed to ensure an accurate piece count, packaged, and sent to shipping.

All our labor, parts and machines are 100% American made and sourced.  All production is done in-house at our Branford CT facility. 

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