Mmmmk. Heres the deal. I read the discussion about the Ryonet presses and it sounded like everyone hated the table top ones.
My question is: Are they really that bad?
I mean I'm just starting out and I won't have any big jobs for a long time probably. And it's not like I have all the money in the world to buy a $4000.00 press. I would probably be doing jobs of 12 pieces or so, most of the time. I really was eying the 4/2 table top press, it seems to fit my needs/means well, but if it sucks I guess I'll have to upgrade. Thanks!
I purchased the 4-1 Ryonet startup kit and it works fine for me. Yes it is a pain in the *** to get setup and a real pain for multi color jobs. But to me, a great starting point.
Another thing to remember is screen printing machines don't seem to depreciate like other machines, the screen printer doesn't seem to get much wear and tear.
So my .02 to you is to go for it, do as much research as possible because there are a lot of variables that come into play when screen printing.