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[QUEENSLAND - AUSTRALIA] - Heat press in Australia - brand, price, supplier? 16" x 20" (35" x 35" min)

 
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Old December 19th, 2011 Dec 19, 2011 1:34:01 PM -   #16 (permalink)
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Default Re: Heat press in Australia - brand, price, supplier? 16" x 20" (35" x 35" min)

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we bought it direct from geo knight, and have dealt with aaron regarding the issues we had. the first control board he sent express at no cost, the second one we paid for, and the third was from our mug press which didn't get a allot of use. i ended up using an oven thermostat.
All 3 circuit boards burnt out in the same place.
now the element has also died, so we just got a quote from him to basically replace everything.
we have had it a few years, but a friend who uses a insta press as much as we use ours has had no issues at all in the same time period and now we are borrowing hers till ours is repaired so her is on pretty much all day 5 days a week.
Hi Simon,

It definitely sounds like an incompatible press for the Australian market as it’s very rare for us to replace a single circuit board let alone three circuit boards in any of the Geo Knight presses.

We recommend buying local products - which are backed by local support - when investing in equipment for your business. You may save some dollars upfront by importing yourself however it is the ongoing support which is so important in the long run.

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Old March 18th, 2012 Mar 18, 2012 3:37:35 PM -   #17 (permalink)
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Thanks for all the information that i can found on this forum, im actually new on the forum but the forum is very helpful =)

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Default Re: Heat press in Australia - brand, price, supplier? 16" x 20" (35" x 35" min)

This is an invaluable thread for a Newbie like me. Thankyou so much for all the local links too!
 
 
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Question Re: Heat press in Australia - brand, price, supplier? 16" x 20" (35" x 35" min)

Thank's for the thread for a newbie, my question is are there updated companies that can help... I'd prefer someone between Brisbane and Toowoomba as I live ah hr from each of them...

I have looked on Ebay, I have looked on Australian sites and it has just confused the hell out of me, so now I think I need some direction/guidance from those in the know.

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Thank's for the thread for a newbie, my question is are there updated companies that can help... I'd prefer someone between Brisbane and Toowoomba as I live ah hr from each of them...

I have looked on Ebay, I have looked on Australian sites and it has just confused the hell out of me, so now I think I need some direction/guidance from those in the know.

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Depends what you want to use it for ?
Hobby use or trade quality workhorse ?
will determine what sort of price and brand you want
 
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Depends what you want to use it for ?
Hobby use or trade quality workhorse ?
will determine what sort of price and brand you want
i am just starting out so maybe a hobby one to get me going, then upgrading when supply/demand deems that it is time to. I'm thinking of producing 50-100 items before advertising them anywhere, but again my head is all over the place with it and all the information that i've been trying to absorb recently...

I just want to get down to work already lol, I have been researching for the past 3 months and feel that I have gotten nowhere except some designs in my head and a couple on paper gah
 
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i am just starting out so maybe a hobby one to get me going, then upgrading when supply/demand deems that it is time to. I'm thinking of producing 50-100 items before advertising them anywhere, but again my head is all over the place with it and all the information that i've been trying to absorb recently...

I just want to get down to work already lol, I have been researching for the past 3 months and feel that I have gotten nowhere except some designs in my head and a couple on paper gah
Sorry for the late response, been busy.
Geo knight make good heat presses, theres lots out there.
Either way they are not cheap, the low end chinese ones might save you a few $$ but generally have problems sooner or later, best to spend a bit extra and get a decent one. look on the Image magazine website, they have classifieds you can look for one or even post your looking for one or try Leapfrog he sells used print equipment.
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Default Re: Heat press in Australia - brand, price, supplier? 16" x 20" (35" x 35" min)

Microtec is a quality chinese brand, they have been making heat presses for many years and attend major trade shows. There prices are very good. you just have to see if the freight costs are ok.
 






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