Clay Rolling Machine
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- A clay roller for use with all types of modeling clay.
- Features include 7 thickness settings a removable handle and a clamp to hold the Clay Machine on your
- Rolls clay evenly and neatly.
- Endless possibilities for art jewelry scrapbooking craft projects and more
- Package Quantity: 1
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The width adjustment shaft was completely frozen, meaning the width of the clay could not be adjusted. I did not know this of course when I started using it since this is the first experience with polymer clay and clay rolling machines, so I thought it was on the proper setting. The clay was extremely difficult to condition and at one point I had shooting pain in my wrist and elbow from the crank being so inconsistent (jolting and stopping). Finally, something broke loose and suddenly it was really easy to use and my clay was softening before me wonderfully. Except, it was varying thicknesses because, well I don't know what broke but the rollers were going back and forth thick to thin.
My husband took it apart and freed up the shaft that the width adjustment knob attaches to - it was completely froze up and did not move until he used pliers and WD40 to loosen it. He finally got it to turn all the way around and when he put it back together it worked great AND, the crank stopped falling off AND it stopped squeaking (if you read some of the other reviews this is a common complaint).
Therefore, unless you or someone you know well with is mechanically inclined, good luck.
When I purchased this machine, I already owned an Atlas pasta machine from Italy. I had purchased it more than 20 years ago and decided to dedicate it to my polymer clay crafting. It works very well and is a sturdy machine. My only complaint was that it had a spaghetti and fettucini press welded to it making it a sizeable machine. I wanted a clay roller that was a little smaller. That is why I decided to buy this clay rolling machine.
I was happy with its size, but not the engineering. The cranking is fine, but the crank falls out regularly and that can be frustrating. As I mentioned earlier, the dial for changing the thickness of the clay is very stiff and can be difficult to change. The plus is that it has a few more thickness sizes than my pasta machine.
All told, if I had known about the problems with this machine, I would not have purchased it. Instead, I will put it aside and use my "old" Atlas pasta machine until something better comes along. For others who only have this deficient machine, I am sure they can make do. Picking up the handle is great exercise...it will help flatten the abdomen...and while you are down there under your table you can collect any dust bunnies that may have accumulated.
All in all, this is a great machine for the price!
I found out i had no trouble mounting the pasta machine on my desk.The clamp works great even though i have a corner desk. So far the handle hasn't fell out on me. An inch of the handle goes inside the gear on the side of the rolling machine.You would have to turn the handle in a weird direction to get it to fall out. I just make sure i put pressure towards the side,and then roll the handle. Plus if it does ever fall out(i don't think it will)I will either superglue the handle in the inside or use a small ball of clay to keep the handle on.
The turning knob is odd because you have to pull the knob and then turn it to the desired number.I have to look down at the knob because the numbers aren't aligned up with the gears on the side of the knob. However It still works,It hasn't broke off and its just something i have to get used to.
The clay rolling machine is sturdy and in good condition.The issue of getting rolling lines doesn't happen very often,and it doesn't bother me since the other side is smooth. Plus I'm just conditioning and re rolling.If this bothers you, just get some textures and use it to your advantage.Other then that the rollers work great.
Another issue people are mentioning is that clay gets stuck and it gets bound up. I have old and bad quality of polymer clay, I had no problem with this at all.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this rolling machine. It is very secure and sturdy and rolls out fine with no problems.Published 2 days ago by Keisha Baker
I thought I was being smart and cheap, by buying this instead of an expensive roller for fondant and cookie dough. I was not, it didn't work out how I was expecting. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this for my wife as a present and her brother came up to visit us and stole it works great great product now I have to purchase another one😎Published 1 month ago by Georgia Booth
I bought this machine to roll out fondant and it works really well ....I use it every week ...Published 2 months ago by isabelle
I love this clay roller. I make polymer clay jewelry, so this is perfect for mixing colors evenly and flattening my clay!Published 2 months ago by erin
Do Not waste your money on this junk. It wont adjust thickness properly, handle falls off, other piece that keeps clay from rolling back up into the mechanism falls off. Read morePublished 3 months ago by d c fobroy
works very well on all settings no crimps or lines even on the thinnest setting like some others i have tried only problem i have with it is the clamp doesnt work well it wont stay... Read morePublished 3 months ago by sara