We are pleased to offer affordable screen printing Vacuum platens. Vacuum platens are essential for successfully screen printing flat substrates and paper products such as heat transfers, card stock, posters and much more. Many screen printers try and circumvent using a vacuum platen because of the high investment cost; they compensate by using spray adhesive, which leaves a sticky mess behind on the substrate. This both complicates the process and can alter the integrity of the product being created. Now you can increase the quality of your product and the efficiency of your printing process by adding a vacuum platen to your screen printing press. This platen comes with a bracket for the Riley Hopkins press.
Vacuum platens are sold individually without a vacuum, but can simply be attached to an industrial shop vac or household vacuum with a 1" Connection
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After leaving a mediocre review, the team promptly called and sorted it out. They shipped out a replacement and explained what I had done wrong in installment.
The table itself has worked well. I hooked up a household vacuum and it functions well. But the other day I noticed some shift in my runs, and upon further inspection, some of the screws that attached the table had come loose. The reason? The board underneath is made of particle board. the screws had become loose because they were ******* into particle board.. All within 3 weeks of light printing. If you purchase this product, you'll need to be very mindful of this happening. Not super durable, but the vacuum table itself functions well.
Hey Joe, I appreciate the feedback on our platen. Sorry to hear about the issue with the board on the platen. I will have our team connect with you on the matter and look into what we can do to help solve the issue. Please feel free to reach out in the meantime. Thank you! Alex Castrillo Acastrillo@ryonet.com