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I need a 6 Color Manual Press

Posted on Fri, 19 Aug 2005 at 23:59



We are looking to start a clothing imprinting business. We have looked at several brands and have come to some conclusions on our own, however we would like you (the pros) to enlighten us as to the best/most reliable/durable manual 6 color screen printing press on the planet and why.

Thanks in advance!

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Anonymous says: Buy a Benmar, it's built entirely out of steel, has registration via bearings intead of nylon screws & will last forever. posted on: Mon, 08/22/2005 - 12:44pm
Anonymous says: M & R is introducing a new manual printer at the SGIA Show in New Orleans - you just might want to wait posted on: Thu, 08/25/2005 - 10:04pm
Anonymous says: Where are you located Bob? posted on: Mon, 09/05/2005 - 6:31pm
Anonymous says: M & R Chameleon is good choice. Sidewinder is new product. posted on: Mon, 09/26/2005 - 9:32am
Anonymous says: We have two atlas presses. One a four station 6 color press and another at a 4 station 4 color press. Both work well with us, though I wish I would of gotten the ones with the bearings to much of a ...

We have two atlas presses. One a four station 6 color press and another at a 4 station 4 color press. Both work well with us, though I wish I would of gotten the ones with the bearings to much of a chance of movement that does not suit me.

posted on: Wed, 01/18/2006 - 10:44pm
Anonymous says: I would suggest you antec legend posted on: Mon, 01/23/2006 - 2:21pm
4poppy says: if you are still in the market for a press, I have a antec legend 8/4 expandable to 8/8 for sale. I also have other equiptment as wll for sale. all in good condition located in southwest michigan. please ...

if you are still in the market for a press, I have a antec legend 8/4 expandable to 8/8 for sale. I also have other equiptment as wll for sale. all in good condition located in southwest michigan. please e-mail or call me poppy270@mac.com or 269.207.3991

posted on: Tue, 03/04/2008 - 3:11pm

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