Stay far, far away from this stuff. It is terrible to work with. You will regret you purchased it. It is nothing but a nightmare. Your best bet for quality prints is to go with the traditional screen making.
One of the main reason why I am looking into adding screen printing is because of the new technology. In the past, preparing screens, coating emulsion, printing negative on a film, burning image on the screen, washing out emulsion, printing t-shirts, and then finally washing out emulsion using chemicals is not possible in a retail setting. With the goccopro, I can skip all that just print and then toss the screen and make new screen with the frame.tusa,
If you don't already have screen printing equipment, you'll have to get the press and dryer, maybe the flash, plus some frames and probably some other misc things. The QS200 with all those additional items is probably getting up in the $20K price range. That's getting into the white ink DTG price range. Since you already have experience with DTG, is there a reason you would prefer traditional screen print over white ink DTG?
I hate to flat out disagree with you, but your videos are pretty telling...We use this system all the time, we are production oriented, so if you have owned one in the passed, maybe you have some of your info right, I was never told that anything made would make me sick, i was even told of the pin holes and how to over come them. If you have pin holes your are not doing it right, you can produce multiple shirts and multiple colors with the screens, and yes clean up is fast, there are a lot of advantages to the screen maker 1000. now that was all said to also say if you have the room and experiences and knowledge of regular screen printing then this may not be for you, we use both and love the advantage of being able to do quick small runs and it is cost effective. Just my 2 cents worth.