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Ryonet's ROQ Compatible Dual Leg and Sleeve Honeycomb Aluminum Platen

by Ryonet
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The Ryonet ROQ ready Dual Sleeve / Leg Platen works great for small garments. Honeycomb aluminum platen body can withstand the heat and production strain of the sleeve printing process. With the ability to print two sleeves at once and smoother garment loading, you can increase your production times compared to standard single sleeve pallets.

- Print Two Sleeves / Legs At Once
- 15.5” overall width
- 3.75” x 23.5” Honeycomb surfaces
- Dual 19.5" x 3.5" Print AreaRyonet HQ
- Works w/ 23x31" Screens
- Easily load 1 or 2 garments.
- Additional stiffening rails for extra stability.
- Works great on pants or shorts.
- Made in the USA from quality Honeycomb aluminum, extruded aluminum mounting, & steel stiffening fins.
- Includes dual clips for extra stability in the locking mechanism.
- Includes platen arm cover.

Note: ROQ compatible dual sleeve platen is NOT compatible with the Riley Hopkins 350 models


Q: Who would you recommend it to?
A: "Any shop with Roq presses and a high demand for sleeve prints."

- Tyler, owner of Tommy's Tees

Q: What would say to someone looking for it?
A: "The narrower pallets allow for sleeves of all sizes, just be sure everything gets flashed to compensate extended loading times."

- Tyler, owner of Tommy's Tees

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Ben M.
Great sleeve platens

These sleeve platens are great. They are built like a tank, and incredibly convenient to use. We used our M&R for all sleeves before we picked these up. It is way easier to load these double platens. The hood can get in the way if you are trying to print over about 18" tall since it can't hang off the end of the platen, but that is taller than we could realistically print on our M&R anway. If your ROQ has the little platen stabilizers on the pallet arms, you will have to remove the back set. They don't really do anything important anyway though. Don't hesitate to pick these up if you are on the fence. They are spendy, but from the looks of them you couldn't break these if you tried.