December '16

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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2 0 1 6 D E C E M B E R P R I N T W E A R || 75 TABLETOP SCREEN-PRINTING PRESSES Vastex International introduces the V-100 line of tabletop screen- printing presses, built for one- to four-color garment printing. Designed for small runs, overflow printing, and restricted spaces, the printers feature no-warp steel platens, screen off-contact and level adjustments, rotor detent for positive engagement of platens, and three-point bearing locks providing pinpoint registration. Units with multiple stations and colors allow all-heads-down printing us- ing screens 21" or smaller. Visit: Call: 800-482-7839 DESKTOP PRINTER-CUTTER Roland DGA presents the Roland VersaStudio BN-20 desktop printer/ cutter, featuring eco-solvent inks with metallic and white options. The printer includes a piezo inkjet print head that prints up to 1,440 dpi and a four-point optical registration system for laminated graphics. Other features include software that controls basic machine functions, status, and calibrations. The printer is said to be suitable for T-shirt graphics, poster prints, decals, and more. Visit: Call: 949-727-2100 SINGLE-HEAD EMBROIDERY MACHINE PACKAGE Hirsch Solutions carries a package including the Tajima TMBR-SC1501 single-head embroidery machine and Pulse DG/ML V15 Composer lettering and editing software. The embroi- dery machine allows the user to electroni- cally adjust the height of the presser foot to the thickness of the fabric. It also has 15 needles and a FS mode to reduce stress on delicate or difficult fabrics. The software provides the ability to create customized embroidered text in nearly any shape and style. Also included in the package are a custom machine stand, a variety of common hoop sizes, a patented wide-cap system, a LAN machine license for simple networking with the Pulse software, thread, bobbins, needles, stabilizers, and more. Visit: Call: 800-394-4426 MANUAL SCREEN- PRINTING PRESS M&R presents the six-color/four-station Kruzer, a manual screen- printing press. The press' design includes tapered roller bearing- supported upper and lower carousels, a precise micro-registration system, a machined center shaft, and a three-point platen leveling system. Other features include a lever-adjusted off-contact system that operates vertically, side screen clamps, and rubber-coated aluminum platens. The maximum screen width is 23" and it is de- signed to fit through a 31" doorway when disassembled. Visit: Call: 800-736-6431

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