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M&R introduces Diamondback XL Automatic Textile Press
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Jan '11
M&R is pleased to announce the addition of the new Diamondback XL to M&R's extensive line of automatic textile presses.

M&R's new Diamondback XL just set a new standard in affordable larger-format entry-level automatic textile printing. With its huge 51 x 53 cm (20” x 21”) print area and the ability to print up to 9 colors, Diamondback XL offers more versatility for the price than any other automatic press on the market. Its servo-driven indexing system provides outstanding performance, while its pneumatic print heads can accept screens up to 66 x 91 cm (26” x 36”). Also included is M&R's patented Revolver Print Program, which automatically operates individual printheads in programmed sequence and allows multiple flashing without losing a printing position.

Diamondback XL is available in either base or enhanced configuration. Both models feature a touch-screen control panel, side screen holders with micro-registration, calibrated squeegee and floodbar pressure adjustment, M&R's three-point pallet leveling bracket with quick release, calibrated rear stroke length adjustment, and 41 x 56 cm (16” x 22”) pallets. Enhanced Diamondback XL models add pneumatic screen frame locks, pneumatic squeegee/floodbar locks with no-tools angle adjustment, and pneumatic squeegee pressure regulators.

M&R is the world's largest manufacturer of screen printing equipment, with production facilities in Glen Ellyn & Niles, Illinois, USA, and in Wojnicz, Poland. With distributors and skilled technicians in over 40 countries on six continents, we're able to provide the finest service and support in the industry.

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