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These compact dryers allow you to produce professional, long-lasting images even with limited space or budget. The double wall construction and adjustable oven doors retain oven heat while the exhaust flange allows removal of fumes from your shop.
CD-205: 20"x5'5" / 72 shirts per hour / 115-230V / Crating $75.00
CD-227: 22"x7' / 150 shirts per hour / 220V / Crating $150.00
The Cutlass automatic screen printing press delivers a perfect balance of affordability and performance. The electric driven indexing with pneumatic print heads combines the fast and smooth indexing of the Sabre with the easy to use and reliable pneumatic print heads of the Freedom all enhanced by the Workhorse OS.
6, 8 Max Color Options.
20″ x 20″ Print Area.
Air Print Heads & Electric Indexing.
6 Color – Electric: 220v, 5amps | Air: 110psi, 22cfm
8 Color – Electric: 220v, 6amps | Air: 110psi, 24cfm
6 Color – 12’6
8 Color – 14′
The Freedom Express leads the way as an entry-level automatic screen printing press. This fully pneumatic press powered by the Workhorse OS has everything you need to tackle the transition from manual to automatic printing.
The Lumitron LED is the first model available from Workhorse’s all new line of LED exposing units. This tabletop unit delivers fast, uniform and high resolution exposures using long lasting LED light strips. In addition to the fast exposure times and fine line detail, this unit will reduce your set up times, energy costs and overall cost of ownership. LED strips operate at much lower temperatures, can last over 50,000 hours and start and stop immediately with the touch of a button. Workhorse has also taken the lead by offering their line of exposure units at the most affordable price on the market.
The Workhorse Mach All Heads Down series is ideal for growing and high volume shops producing sophisticated designs. Mach All Heads Down includes all of the same features as the standard Mach Series presses with the additional ability to print with all heads down, permitting multiple operators to print simultaneously. The obvious use would be to put six operators on one machine and produce high volumes of garments. This press is popular in educational institutions that provide hands-on instruction enabling multiple students to print at the same time. A more common use for All-Heads-Down printing would be two operators with a flash cure between them, printing a two color job at speeds rivaling a single color print.
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