25mm button spare parts sets

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25mm (1 inch) button parts

The round 25mm pin button is the classic. Our smallest size and beautifully round. Often seen as a band-button or subtle extra touch or message to your outfit!

The film for these parts is 33.5mm diameter. Please check if this fits your device before ordering. Contact us if you are unsure to avoid unnecessary returns.

The pins (D-pin) can be clamped behind a ring afterwards, so there is some extra work.
If you want to get the finished button out of the machine immediately and still want a small size, then the 32mm is what you are looking for. It has an integrated safety pin at the back. Faster and sturdier than the 25mm!

The magnetic buttons are standard for attaching to metal surfaces. If you want to wear them on clothing, combine them with counter magnets - clothing magnets.

The flatbacks are more often used in creative applications: jewellery, necklaces, hair bands, accessories. You can also combine them with a small clothes magnet to wear them on your clothes.

Before buying parts, check whether the original diameter of the Mylar film is suitable for your device:

Button format

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Technical info on bleed and button format

When you design a button or send in an image, you should take into account 2 dimensions: "button size" & "bleed". 

Button format

The button size is the size of your finished button. This is the image that you actually see on the front of the button. 

Run or Bleed

The bleed is an extension to the button format. It ensures that there are no white borders on the buttons. 

The following illustration will clarify a lot: 

The bleed is different for all button formats: 

button 25mm + bleed: total diameter 33.5mm

button 32mm + bleed: total diameter 41.5mm

button 38mm + bleed: total diameter 46.5mm

button 44mm + bleed: total diameter 53.0mm 

button 56mm + bleed: total diameter 66.5mm

button 75mm + bleed: total diameter 88.0mm

button 88mm + bleed: total diameter 101.6mm


The following examples explain a lot: 

This is an example of a 25mm button with a bleed to a diameter of 33.5mm

Make sure that your image is within the button format so that it does not fall off as in the example on the right. 

Make sure that the background colour of your image continues in the bleed so that no white borders appear on your button, as in the example on the right.


Also note that if you use a photo, it should have a bleed. This way you can avoid parts of your button falling out. 

Extra cool edges for your buttons?

To get extra clean edges and avoid air bubbles, you can limit the printing to the area where your paper disappears into the inside of the buttons. 

For all sizes, this white edge is slightly different (and the small sizes do not suffer from it):

38mm > total diameter from visible zone to white edge: approx. 40.50mm
44mm > total diameter from visible zone to white edge: approx. 46.50mm
56mm > total diameter from visible zone to white border: approx.59.00mm
75mm > total diameter from visible zone to white border: approx. 79.90mm

PS: When we make the buttons you don't have to take this into account. We place this border automatically.


File formats

The following file formats can be supplied: .pdf, .eps, .ai, .psd, .jpg, ... Please ensure that when using images, they have a minimum resolution of 300dpi or higher. Images provided do not always have to be the circular shape as you see above. Feel free to send a square image with the center piece used as an image.