JoAnne Byrd from Milton, FL.
I just purchased a Uniheat 1800, Universal 696 Screen Printer.
I got the machine, 4 screens, a rack and a manual.
Ha, seems like they have gone out of business.
I will be here asking lots of questions since I haven't done screen printing since 1986 when I owned a commercial print shop and screen printing shop, even had a sublimation machine. Probably the first one out. This was before computers and desktop publishing, except for Mac and they were outrageously expensive. I used a compugraphic typesetter, clipart services, and hours looking for art for designs. We pasted up on a light table and then took it to the dark room to make the transparencies. Wow, what a difference now!
I want to screen print now to make TShirts etc. for several Christian Ministries that I am involved in.
I am a graphic artist using CorelDrawx8 and would love to help anyone with layout, etc. issues.