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A Guide to Button Making
Learn how to design and assemble a button using equipment available in the Innovation Lab!
Need some support or curious to learn more about Buttons? Check out these links for some great info:
Busy Beaver Button Museum - located in Chicago, the Busy Beaver Button Museum is home to a wide array of buttons from many different time periods. Check out their site to browse their collection and learn more about the history of buttons!
Button Makers - A one stop shop for supplies, machines, samples, and more! A great source of technical information on the specifics of button making.
One of the many pieces of equipment available at the Innovation Lab is our Button Maker! The Innovation Lab has a button maker capable of creating 2 1/4" buttons featuring whatever designs you can think of! Buttons are a fantastic way to promote a group or event--they can let you express yourself through design or even a joke!
If you are interested in making a button or buttons, stop by the Innovation Lab and our team will be happy to get your started on your button design. If you already have a design ready to go--just swing by the lab and we can print, cut, and assemble your button on the spot!
If you are interested in exploring our buttons some more, check out our Gallery of previous buttons the lab has made.