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Vastex has introduced the V-100 line, a series of tabletop garment screen-printing presses that can be used in mobile operations, home shops, and other restricted spaces. Users can choose from expandable configurations ranging from one to four stations and 1 to 4 colors.

Vastex has introduced the V-100 line, a series of tabletop garment screen-printing presses that can be used in mobile operations, home shops, and other restricted spaces. Users can choose from expandable configurations ranging from one to four stations and 1 to 4 colors.

The series employs no-warp steel pallets, screen off-contact and level adjustments, rotor detent for positive engagement of platens, and three-point bearing locks for precise registration. Platens are available up to 21 in. wide. Compared to the company’s more industrial units, the V-100 line features lighter-weight constructions, tabletop-only configuration, and omission of features such as quick-registration micro controls.

Users with multiple stations can print all-heads-down for applications requiring spot and process colors, or for simultaneous printing of 1- and 2-color jobs.

Optional features include neck guides, rubber tops, and specialized pallets for printing on materials such as long sleeves, pant legs, caps, umbrellas, koozies, and more.

The V-100 presses are shipped disassembled in multiple cartons; the company reports that assembly time is approximately 2 to 4 hrs.
 

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