This squeegee was picked up at a trade show a few years back. I'm looking to pick up a couple more and some replacement blades, but I have no idea what vendor we bought it from. Heck, I can't remember if it was bought at a sign trade show or an apparel trade show.
Not the right squeegee but thanks for the help Justin.
I wasn't sure who made it, but Gcanno pointed me in the right direction with the Newman link and I exchanged email with the president Don Newman and he is going to sell to us directly now that Ryonet stopped carring them.
I bought one at an ISS show a few years back but never got the hang of working with it. Cut it in half thinking it might be easier to control on a shorter length, and I don't have a lot of 7" or so squeegies anyway. Still no-go. I understand the concept, and I'm a squeegie pusher, but I could never get a good print with it. Odd, because I push my regular squeegies exactly the same way.
i have one bought it from ryonet on sale.. it worked out real nice one thing i found was to go real slow... and i got real nice prints.. i used it twice on a 20n static and a 40n mzx and going slow i got the same result.... only thing i hate about it, is cleaning it ..... albie
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