This something that I know a lot of you have been waiting for… my PcT review about the brand new Lucy Clay Mammoth Machine for conditioning and rolling sheets of polymer clay.
This product is unlike any other polymer clay pasta machine on the market today. Pretty much every issue that you may have experienced with a pasta machine in the past, has been solved by this amazing tool. It truly is the Cadillac of pasta machines for the discerning polymer clay artist.
Here is my run down of the Pro’s… and yes even the Con’s, that you should consider before purchasing something like this for your polymer studio.
- No more clunking gears.
- No more broken machines.
- No more rollers lines at thicker settings.
- No more rippling at thinnest settings (use plastic sheets).
- No more black streaks on clay.
- No more impossible to clean scraper blades.
- No more slicing small blocks to get through rollers.
- No more doubling/tripling sheets for thick slabs.
- No more piecing together skinny sheets.
- No more handles falling off.
- No more broken clamps.
- No more clamping on an edge of a table.
- Price. $390 US – $520 US without the slicer or extras.
- Size. Really Huge! I needed a separate lower table for it.
- Roller support knobs are annoying to have to keep re-adjusting.
- 3-D Printed Scrapers still collect some clay.
- Width guides. I didn’t go into it on the video but I don’t like the design.
All in all this machine is a total game changer when it comes to pasta machines for rolling sheets of polymer clay. If you are a professional polymer clay artist, or you just have to have the best of everything, then you’re gonna want to have a Lucy Clay Machine… Mammoth or Elephant!.
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