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Riley Hopkins 250 Screen Printing Press Cart - 6 Screen Cart

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The Riley Hopkins 250 Press Cart is the perfect solution to hold your multi-station Riley Hopkins 250 Screen Printing Press. Constructed from powder coated heavy duty US steel, this press cart has both leveling feet, for semi-permanent stability while printing, as well as rolling caster wheels, for mobility. Under the table top surface the Riley Hopkins 250 Press cart also holds up to six standard size 24" screens. At 23" tall, this press cart provides just the right height to comfortably print with a Riley Hopkins 250 multi-station table top press (this cart is too short for single-station Riley 250 presses). It's a portable ink cart, screen printing press stand, and screen rack all in one. Invest now in this space saver, and maximize your work space with the type of professional organization your shop deserves.

Product Specs

  • Dimension when assembled: 19" W x 28.5" D x 23" H
  • Works with Riley Hopkins 250 and JR. multi-station presses
  • Fits six: 20" x 24", 21" x 24", or 23" x 31" frames when situated horizontally.
  • Holds up to 250 lbs press or ink supplies
  • Made from US Steel
  • Powder coating: black and green
  • Top is white laminate MDF
  • Heavy-duty locking casters
  • Adjustable leveling feet
  • Easy assembly
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Nathan W.
Too small for someone 6"

The screen rack holds screens well, but it's super small. If you don't add some type of additional spacer between the Riley Hopkins Jr. and the cart while mounting it, the platens only reach 32" off the ground. Our Roq platens are 40" off the ground. Having the platens set at the right height is important to maintain an ergonomic work environment and allows you to load shirts without having to bend over and put strain on your back. Platens should be about waist high, so obviously it's different for each person. However, having the platen 32" off the ground is only good for someone who is about 5' 4" and under. The casters are small and won't hold up well for someone using this to live print and having to roll the press // screen rack over pavement, dirt, or grass.

P G.
United States
Great quality

Works great with my new Riley Hopkins, Jr