Light-Duty Tabletop Garment Printer
Achieved using registration-critical components from Vastex commercial and industrial models
Innovative new design using fewer parts, lighter-duty construction, tabletop-only configuration, maximum 4-station/4-colors, omission of ultra-quick registration micros, and shipping disassembled
From 1-station, 1-color (1×1) to 4-station, 4-color (4×4)
All steel construction including pallets with optional rubber tops
Screen off-contact and level adjustments
Floating head 3-point bearing locks for pinpoint registration
EASY TO OPERATE
Rotor detent provides positive engagement of pallets
Maximum screen width (4-station, 4-color configuration all heads down): 21″ (51 cm)
One year warranty on manufacturer’s defects
Shipped disassembled in multiple cartons
All-new V-100 tabletop screen printing presses are engineered specifically for 1- to 4-color garment printing, overflow printing, and printing in restricted spaces such as spare rooms and mobile shops — at low costs generally associated with machines of lesser accuracy and durability.
Quality results are achieved by retaining critical components from Vastex’s commercial and industrial models: no-warp steel pallets, screen off-contact and level adjustments, rotor detent for positive engagement of pallets, and three-point bearing locks providing pinpoint registration of print-heads-to-pallets and allowing all-heads-down printing.
The V100-11 1-station, 1-color base model is expandable, allowing the addition of individual pallet stations and print heads as needs grow.
The V100-44 model is configured as new with four pallet stations and four print heads.
Units with multiple stations and colours allow all-heads-down printing using screens up to 21 in. (51 cm) wide, maximizing productivity when printing registered spot colours and process colours, or multiple one- and two-colour jobs simultaneously.
Compared with commercial and industrial presses from Vastex, V-100 presses are characterized by lighter-duty construction, tabletop-only configuration, omission of quick registration micros, increased use of fasteners versus welds, and shipping of units disassembled in multiple cartons.
Approximate assembly time is two to four hours.
Options include neck guides and rubber tops for the included pallets, and a variety of specialized pallets for long sleeves, pant legs, caps, umbrellas, koozies and other textiles and hard goods.
Other Vastex equipment performance-matched to V-100 presses includes: VRS-Lite Pin Registration Systems, E-100 Tabletop Screen Exposers, D-100 Tabletop Conveyor Dryers and DRI-CAB Screen Drying Cabinetswhich can also serve as stands for tabletop equipment.