Sweet. I just got a 4color 1 station rom Ryonet.ALRIGHT!! FIRST POST IN NEW SECTION!!!
i dont have any questions or anything so i thought i'd list my lil garage setup
4-color 1 station table top press
table top UV exposure unit
18x18 flash dryer
nice thats what i got when i started outSweet. I just got a 4color 1 station rom Ryonet.
I haven't gotten the flash dryer yet or exposer unit. My friend esposes my screens for now, since I just got my equipment.
I have a 15x15 and a 16x20 heat press
Hp 1220 large format printer and a epson 1400 large format printer
I plan on upgrading to a 4-4 with micro soon. Just taking it 1 step at a time. I really want to do cover all designs (full shirt), so I will be trying to upgrade my december.well i upgraded but it was pretty good i stll have it and use it some times. yeah cus u can only us 4 colors and u only get on arm so its gonna take long to get done with ur run
I agree about waiting. I had to get it though. Yes we have spoken before. You have a good memory. I hope that all is good with you.oh wouldn't it haven been better to just waited?
but yeah that press is pretty good to start off micros are the way to go when upgrading
havent i talked to u before seen ur myspace, u made some obama shirts?( sorry about it being off topic)
Just remeber your screen size for an all over print is big and will probably limit you to a 2 color design. I have an 8 /4 press and can only do 4 color all over prints due to screen size. I started on the Ryonet 4/2 tabletop and quickly(3months) abandoned that due to poor registration and loss of registration during production issues. was going to do the Hopkins 6/4 but decided to spend the little extra for the 8/4. Best decision I have made so far when it comes to equipment.I plan on upgrading to a 4-4 with micro soon. Just taking it 1 step at a time. I really want to do cover all designs (full shirt), so I will be trying to upgrade my december.
Sweet, I will be getting mines in the near future. It it very profitable for you now? Where do you find the best palce is for getting blank shirts?I started with a 1-color tabletop press and flash from Ryonet, Then upgraded to a 4/2 table top and built an exposure unit.
Then...someone GAVE me an old 6/4 Hopkins press which I restored. I just bought the Hopkins 'Low Rider' conveyor dryer (which is awesome) to go along with everything and I'm crankin' out tees like a madman now! Garage setups are where it's at.
Thanks, did it take you long to get the hang of using your pressIt is becoming more and more profitable by the day. I get blanks either locally (to save on shipping) or from TSCapparel.com ...or go directly to American Apparel, Alternative etc. for their stuff.
With a four color press, you're (usually) limited to three colors if you're using dark garments. The minimum should really be 6 colors in my opinion.. That way you're not as limited.That has to rock. A guy is selling his entire set up for $4500. Screenprinting equipment
I am really thinking about making the purchase. He lives about 45 minutes away. If you can, tell me what you think. Thanks