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Workhorse Introduces New Automatic Press Series

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The Sabre, manufactured by Workhorse Products, is a new series of automatic screen printing presses that strives to combine high production capabilities at an affordable price. Tapping into the company’s 30 years of experience and expertise, Workhorse has taken advantage of the latest technology to create a patent-pending indexing system and a state-of-the-art touch-screen control panel that allows operators to have full command of all press functions and diagnostics at their fingertips. This intuitive screen uses the universal language of colors and shapes to communicate the most-used functions.

Machine status can be checked instantly as well as the flash location, mode of operation, print head on/off, and production rates. Mounted on a pivoting base, the control panel can be moved in the optimal position for the person using it. Bottlenecks can be quickly identified and addressed to keep the press running smoothly for faster production.

The Sabre has many of the quality features that the Workhorse brand is known for including microregistration, independent squeegee and flood bar pressure adjustments, quick release pallets, and a standard 20-by 20-inch (51 cm by 51 cm) image area.

The new press can be used with the patented Flashback, an integrated flash cure unit that allows for printing, flashing, and cooling on the same head. It comes in six-, eight-, and 10-color configurations.

Workhorse Products has distributors throughout the United States, Canada, Turkey, England, Belgium, Peru, Panama, Venezuela, Columbia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, and China. For more information or the distributor nearest you, visit the website at www.workhorseproducts.com; email to [email protected], or call (800) 778-8779 option #1 sales, option #2 service; (602) 437-2305.


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