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AMACO Craft Clay Machine

by AMACO
89 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.7 x 8.2 x 5.4 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000TMAVRG
  • Item model number: 12381S
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,938 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

Make flat and even sheets, knead 2 colors together, or simply soften clay the easy way. Techniques such as marbling and slabworking become easier and faster when the clay is rolled through a pasta machine. Quality made sturdy stainless steel construction. Features 7 thickness settings and a removable crank for easy storage.

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73 of 75 people found the following review helpful By B. Fields on March 11, 2006
I bought this machine at Michael's (craft store) for use with Polymer Clay. The machine was very poorly made and broke on the second day of use! The "clamp" that helps hold it to the table did not fit properly so I had to borrow some of my husband's clamps so it wouldn't move around....but then, while using it, the dials (that gauge the thickness of the clay) completely broke.

I returned it and am going to get a nicer Atlas machine. Don't waste your time with this one....you'll only be disappointed and frustrated with it!
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 15, 2007
I bought this pasta roller new on ebay, for using with clay. Big mistake! I've been trying to get something decent out of it for a week and it's pretty much useless.

1. The Big Problem: The rollers are misaligned. So at every setting, sheets are thick on one side, thin on the other. Any roller setting thinner than 3 is completely useless because it rolls the clay so thin on one side it just sticks to the roller and bunches up under the cutting blade.

2. Probably due to #1, it makes lots of grindy noises when I'm trying to use it, gets stiff then loose, and generally produces a lumpy "sheet" of clay that looks awful, even at the widest and most-forgiving setting.

3. The crank fits so loosely it falls out constantly - pretty much every time I let go of it. The handle is thin plastic, and since I have tile floors it has now busted completely off. Even if it hadn't broken, fishing the handle off the floor every five seconds gets really old really fast when you're in the middle of a project.

4. The overall look and feel is very cheap. It feels flimsy. I would be shocked if it were able to last more than a few months of regular use, even if it were not crooked. If you use a pasta roller often enough to invest in one, you need one that will last longer/better than this one.

I'll be junking this one and buying something better-made. Fortunately I didn't pay much for it.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Pete on November 10, 2010
if your gonna run poly clay thru this, you must soften it a little first, dont try to force hard cold poly clay into the opening, or you will defintly break this.. if it feels like your trying to get lug nuts off the car ties, when your turning the crank, then your not doing enough pre-kneading to get the clay a little soft first.

for the price an excellant starter pasta maker... it's not fancey, nor made t be super strong, but copare prices, and you will see why.. most of the better italian ones are two to four times the price.

if your using a really hard clay, you'd best get yourself a food processer, or a big chees grater, to help with the pre-kneading
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Caitlin Schultz on February 21, 2009
I bought one of these for myself for $10 on Black Friday at JoAnn's, and contrary to just about every other review on here, I love mine. I've had it for about three months now, and I still have not had any problems with it; nothing has broken off or come loose, and it came in good, working condition and still works that way now. I use it to work and knead my clay before using it, and it really helps to soften it and make it easier to use. It also works good for blending clays together and making sheets without having to roll them out by hand.

I only have a few complaints about this machine. For one, I'll occasionally get small pieces of clay stuck in it after rolling out clay, which sometimes end up getting blended into the next color I roll through it, which is a bit annoying. Also, it's nice that this has nine different width settings, but I wish that there was a setting that was maybe one size bigger. You can roll out super thin pieces, which is great, but I wish that there were a few settings that were slightly larger.

All in all, though, I do really love this pasta machine, especially for getting it for only $10. Based on my experience with this product, I would definitely recommend it, although I think it's good to take everyone else's reviews into consideration and use a little discretion when picking yours out (maybe buy it from a store and take a peek inside the box first to make sure everything looks how it should?).
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33 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Calico Creations on August 26, 2006
Today was the first day I used my "pasta" machine and I couldn't walk away!!!! This machine, made by AMACO (THE clay people), *IS* designed for polymer clay. I noticed the only other review to date was from someone that doesn't even OWN one, so how could they possibly know?

Conditioning my clay was so relaxing and VERY easy. My hands are getting a little stiff with age, and I want to save them for sculpting, not conditioning. My [...] daughter loved conditioning the clay also and didn't want to stop either.

The consistancy from a "pasta" machine is superior to trying to roll by hand. If you want to coat items like bottles, bowls, etc... you will LOVE this machine. Great to prep for stamping and you can even use some of the thinner texture plates IN the machine. Although I have not tried that technique yet, Amazon has plenty of polymer clay books that cover it.

One word of warning..... don't watch TV while conditioning your clay.... you could condition a finger by mistake! LOL

I am really pleased with the quality of my new tool and I have made a permanent place for it in my art studio.

I highly recommend giving it a try.... for CLAY.... duh... NOT pasta. ; )
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