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Kit from Knight Rider totally had auto-peel.
Crosshair pushing here until its limit the bringing together.
"Every single Crosshair poster I've ever seen is almost exactly the same. Do these guys even have a bit of creativity in them? I mean, come one - shitty old building pics photoshopped with text over them. Pretty pathetic to say the least."
"it just seems like so little effort is put into creating this? am i missing something?"
our presses all run on bio diesel.
i just got a saturn 25x38 and have no idea if it works yet.
Anyone have experience on Filbar presses? All the threads on here seem to say that they are MEH.... so, what are some of the trouble areas and reasons for the reputation?
No, really. Come over with four dudes and a truck with a lift gate, and it's yours.
Anyone. Take it. It only takes up space.
I don't know much other than the ones I've seen which are pretty basic and old school... I think that's the main complaint. Basic and old-school, not a lot of features, etc.
My monster 4x6' bed Filbar (which I got free, and have fired up only to test, never to print) appears identical in function to my smaller Lawson, which is clanky and janky, but gets the job done.
Nothing wrong with it per se but it just doesn't measure up to the ease of use of a basic more modern press like a Cameo. No reason it can't produce great looking prints, once you get the hang of it.
Just got a heavily used SPI 20X30 anybody have insight into this particular machine? Seems pretty basic not as technical as a Saturn or Cameo but I can't find anything on the vendor or any trouble shooting sites from the web. Haven't turned it on yet but I need to get it printing here pretty quick.
They were out of California, somehow affilated with Ernst Dorn. Some friend had one of their presses. it worked ok. I think they went out of business. Good luck.
Screen Print Industries or something like that.