That's because they were made in the '90s. The founder, Scott Fresner, began screen printing in the '60s-'70s. Then began producing equipment and opened a screen printing seminar school in the late '70s-'80s. His book "How to Print T-shirts for Fun and Profit" was the bible for learning how to screen print in the industry. They stopped producing equipment in the '90s and really beefed up their education and consulting. He was a pioneer in DTG printing with the Fast T-Jet, one of the first commercially viable printers. There was a hostile take-over of the company. He has since started a new company, which basically only sells his his, now dated videos and training material. However, I think much of it is still relevant, though dated.
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