Manual Garment Printer Meets the Needs of Entry Level Screen Printers
Many new printers on a limited budget often get started in screen printing by purchasing a used and abused press or buying a hobby-level piece of equipment. What they quickly realize is for commercial purposes, this type of equipment is slow, inefficient, and often has performance issues.
With the new Vastex V-1000 manual textile garment press, start-up shops can afford a professional-quality press that will make them more money faster than any other option. This well-built press uses a unique floating heat design with a three-point bearing lock that ensures accurate registration and also can be used with all heads down. It comes with micro registration, six-way screen leveling, and steel pallets with rubber tops that also can be leveled and are interchangeable with the V-2000 press.
This economy model comes in a range of configurations to fit the needs of your shop. It's available as a table-top unit or mounted on legs. A handy utility cart is available to put the table-top unit on, which also can be used to store screens and inks. The table-top unit comes as one station up to four colors. The standing press goes up to four stations/six colors.
This press ships via UPS in multiple boxes and holds up to 21-inch by 28-inch screens. It has a one-year warranty on manufacturer's defects. The V-1000 is part of a new line of equipment designed by Vastex to help newcomers get started in the business. Other equipment in the line includes the E-200 exposing unit and the F-100 flash cure. Also check out the D-100, a compact conveyor dryer that is 30 inches wide, which is available in 120 volt.