Riley Hopkins says its Lowrider System is designed for space-saving printing and drying, all in one compact unit. The dryer features 6000 watts of infra red heat in a 5-ft (1.5-m) oven and three belts: an inclined in-feed, which allows the operator to load garments directly onto the belt, without having to bend over; a 24-in. (609-mm) wide main Teflon-coated belt for the curing section; and an inclined out-feed to move the garment uphill and drop it into a box. The Lowrider reportedly cures 200 or more garments per hour and comes with four heavy-duty casters, and is available with all Riley Hopkins printers of 4, 6, 7, and 8 colors, and 4, 6, and 8 print stations. Riley Hopkins Screen Printing Machinery, PO Box 1727, Gig Harbor, WA 98335, 253-851-9078, fax: 253-851-7348, Web: www.rileyhopkins.com.
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