Screen Print Machine: V100 Entry Level Presses
A No Frills Press That Holds Registration
A screen print machine should allow you to print all day without having to set it up time and again throughout the day, wasting shirts and valuable production time. The Vastex V100 is an entry level press for those who have a tight budget, but still need a system that can hold registration all day long.
Entry Level But A Cut Above The Rest
The V100 silk screen printing machine offers the legendary build quality of a Vastex press in an affordable package for those just starting out or screen printing as a hobby. Here are the main features -
- All heads down capability
- Floating head for repeatable prints
- Registration lock bearings
- Screen off-contact & level adjustments
- Steel pallets
- Upgradeable from 1/1 to 4/4
- 1 Year Warranty
Please Note: The V100 does not have micro registration capabilities.
The V100 can be configured from single station, single colour up to four station, four colours in tabletop models. To see more images of these different configurations, please visit our machinery website at Dalesway Print Technology.
Options and Accessories
The V100 may be an entry level screen print machine, but it still offers the user a selection of pallets to choose from to ensure your new business can be as versatile as possible. Please review the flyer under the Resources tab for more info.
What You Get
V100 presses are supplied with 14 x 16" (36 x 40 cm) shirt boards as standard. There are also other options available if you need something bigger or smaller. These include a Youth Pallet (10 x 14" or 25 x 36 cm), a Sleeve Pallet (4 x 15" or 10 x 38 cm) and an Oversize Pallet (16 x 16" or 41 x 41 cm).
Please Note: Screens and consumables are not included.
Screen Print Machine Leaflet: V100
Why Is A V100 So Inexpensive Compared To Other Vastex Models?
While building an entry level press, Vastex has incorporated several cost saving measures to make the V100 the most affordable Vastex ever. Manufactured from a lighter duty steel and omitting micro registration constitutes a significant saving for the user. Add to this the fact that the V100 is self-assembly and you have a screen print machine manufactured by a reputable brand leader, but at an entry level price without compromising on providing a press that can work all day long without losing registration.
The Vastex Legend
It is a little known fact that the first ever rotary, multi-colour garment screen printing machine was developed by the company now known as Vastex back in 1960 and patented in 1969. This design was licensed to multiple manufacturers and led to the boom in printed t-shirts.
The V100 range of screen print machines offer the beginner an affordable entry level point to the market while not compromising on the important design aspects that make a machine usable in a business environment.