Clay Pasta Machine

Clay Pasta Machine


Item # 2153633

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Make flat and even sheets, knead two colors together or simply soften clay the easy way. Techniques such as marbeling and slabworking become easier and faster when the clay is rolled through a pasta machine. Quality made, sturdy stainless steel construction. Features seven thickness settings and a removable crank for easy storage.
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Clay Pasta Machine is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 0 out of 5 by from Worst $12 I've spent I've gone through two of these things now. When I took the first one out, it rattled. Within five minutes, its screws started falling out and the cap continually fell off the crank. I exchanged it for another one, which at least didn't rattle when I took it out. After less than 20 minutes, though, the screws started stripping. I tried replacing it with larger screws from the hardware store, but those started stripping out in a few minutes too. It's obviously made of pot metal that is too weak to grip the screws. The second one is going back too, and I'll be buying a more expensive model that lasts more than half an hour.
Date published: 2008-12-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from save your receipt; you'll need it I also bought this on sale for $10. At first I thought it was handy to help roll out polyclay evenly. But the second day I used it something inside sprung. It makes an awful noise when I turn the crank and what's worse, you can visibly see that the two rollers are not maintaining a consistant distance. It's like one is on an oval path instead of a circular path. So naturally your clay will not come out evenly rolled, so what's the point, really? And we, too, have lots of inaccessible bits of clay stuck to the rollers. They don't come off with wipes or paper towels. In addition, the handle falls off CONSTANTLY. You finish a crank-through and let go and POOF, it falls off as soon as you let go. Onto your foot; ouch!
Date published: 2008-12-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from OK for the price. This is a cheap machine. No doubt. But for the price, mine lasted through pounds of clay and hundreds of dollars worth of cane sales. Yes the handle falls off. TIP! Wrap a piece of duct tape around the end and jam it in. End of problem. You can still pull it out if you need to. It is cheaply made, at some point count on taking it apart just to tighten screws. Mine is finally to the point it needs replacing. (Thing that holds the gears tight against the rollers broke finally.) Again, it's cheap enough. If my next one lasts as long I'll be happy.
Date published: 2009-04-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Deal I have several of these machines as I use them for kids classes I teach. I think they work great. There are a couple of issues but nothing major, especially considering the price. The handle comes out repeatedly which does get on my nerves. I use a lot of black clay so I have to clean the rollers frequently and just use baby wipes and that works great! I don't understand all the problems some are having. I have to wonder if at some time period quality control was a problem at the factory. I do want to try a motorized machine sometime though.
Date published: 2009-03-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for new artists When I first bought this, I was very new to polymer clay. I've had this machine for a little over 2 years and it is still in great use. It does the job well, and is simple to use. I am not familiar with how other pasta machines may work, but there are a few annoying things about this machine that I deal with, including the handle does not screw in, it is easily removable, and sometimes falls out when you turn and let go. Also the clamp used to get this to stay sturdy to the table doesn't work with every surface for ex. it works well with my kitchen table, but not well at all with my desk studio because the surface is too thin and the clamp doesn't go tight enough to latch it on. I often use it without the clamp and just put a grip bead mat under it to keep it from sliding around. Overall, it is worth the price with the 40% off coupon, but if you long term need a ,machine for high artistry work, I would maybe look into something a little more professional.
Date published: 2014-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful! I purchased this machine a few weeks ago. To be honest, I bought this one because the other one that was displayed was way more than I wanted to pay. I have no regrets! A couple of tips: 1] Run your clay through the machine between sheets of wax paper or in a sandwich baggie. 2] A small strip of duct tape wrapped around the end of the handle that pops into the side of the machine will help the handle not "take a fall"!
Date published: 2008-03-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Deffective? Going right back to the store! Maybe there is a bad batch of these out there. I just got mine yesterday and went through the process of running some cleanup wipes through it, as the directions suggest, to get rid of manufacturing residue. Instead of getting residue, I'm getting big hunks of the silver coating from the rollers. Very thin metal flakes are coming off in big sheets, with no end in sight and flying all over the place. With pets in the house, I can't use this if that's going to continue to happen as I don't want them eating metal flakes off of the floor before I get a chance to clean them up! Also, what kind of mess will I have when I start running clay through it. Maybe there's a deffective batch of these on the shelves - or is this normal?
Date published: 2007-12-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from do not buy this thing is so cheap. when u crank it it is not smooth at all. clay gets stuck inside of the machine behind the rollers.
Date published: 2015-03-24
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