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    Default xpresScreen system?

    anyone used this system before:
    http://www.xpresscreen.com/ (click "play 6 steps")

    it reminds me of a little machine i have called the "print gocco", which also has a emulsion precoated in the one-time-use screen..

    cheers.
    j

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    kooky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unitus
    kooky.
    Ditto

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    I saw that at a hockey equipment show in Vegas a few years ago. It was definately fast and easy, though I wouldn't be able to pass judgement on the quality. Worked fine for the jerseys they demoed on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDB
    I saw that at a hockey equipment show in Vegas a few years ago. It was definately fast and easy, though I wouldn't be able to pass judgement on the quality. Worked fine for the jerseys they demoed on...
    I have a feeling that its one of those things that just falls into the normal production category.

    If you have something fast & cheap.... its not quality.

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    I counted 236 steps. Looks like a piece of crap to me. The screen wobbles around when she prints one piece. I bet you would have a bitch of a time on anything other than a 1 color. I bet it's expensive as hell too.

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    Same technology as the Print Gocco system. Interesting, but you'd end up spending more money. And registration looks like it'd be a bitch with that thing. It was all wobbly when the "screen" came down on the press arm.

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    looks like a nightmare to me.

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    anyone notice those machines look like WWII throwback equipment?

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    that screen wobbles like crazy on press...and can you imagine if the screen shifts within the metal clamp arms?

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