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Vastex shows new screen printing press at FESPA Mexico
12
Sep '15
Screen printing machine manufacturer Vastex is showing its economy line of commercial grade screen printing presses with a new six-station and six-colour model V-1000-66 at FESPA Mexico 2015.

According to a Vastex press release, the press features all-heads-down printing, rubber coated steel pallets, and a unique floating head design with tool-free micro registration and six-way head leveling.

“This helps to deliver multi-colour registration accuracy previously limited to machines of significantly higher cost,” it added.

“The robust V-1000 frame with leg pan cross-member provides the structural integrity needed for precise results, and permits the addition of modular stations, print heads and attachments,” the company informed.

A redesigned rotor hub has significantly increased rigidity of the pallets and arms allowing addition of optional heavy duty print heads for larger garments, and heavyweight vacuum pallets used for transfers, signs and flat stock.

Vastex has a presence in more than 35 countries, while the exponential growth of the Mexican market is consistent with the company's growth worldwide.

"I am confident that, once the Mexican customers actually see Vastex equipment in person, they will understand the quality and value Vastex offers and look no further," Mark Vasilantone said.

"For Vastex, being at FESPA Mexico 2015 is extremely important to reveal the quality and ease of use features of Vastex equipment, which is impossible to show in ads and online media,” Vasilantone added.

"We hope to establish relationships with potential distributors here worthy of representing Vastex International in the region," Mark stated. (AR)

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