Riley Hopkins Win 6 Color 6 Station Press with Joystick Registration
Riley Hopkins Win Series
The legacy and stable configuration for tens of thousands of screen printing shops throughout the last four decades, the Riley Hopkins Win Series Pedestal Manual Screen Printing Presses are built to last with a reputation and warranty to back them up.
Stout, precise, consistent, easy to operate, and fast to spin and print the Riley Hopkins WIN 6 color screen printing press is a great way to start and expand a legitimate screen printing business. With the ability to print small to XL prints up to 6 colors and 6 print stations for efficient screen print production on dark garments with flashes, the Riley Hopkins Win 6 color manual screen printing press can easily print hundreds of shirts a day and thousands of shirts a month.
Options and Configurations
While the press comes with standard 16x18” wood platens with a handy neck cutout there are a wide variety of platens available for sleeves, pockets, infant, youth, and XL prints. Riley Platen brackets are also available a la carte for custom platen creation. For platen longevity, many shops upgrade to Aluminum Screen Printing Platens which don’t warp over time with flash heat.
Joystick VS Micro Registration
With multiple registration options, The Riley Hopkins WIN screen printing press is the only press on the market to offer both joystick and X-Y micro options. The Joystick registration is a unique system that allows a press operator to move 360 degrees freely to quickly setup colors while traditional X-Y micros allow you to precisely dial in each color with X-Y dial movement. Which one is right for you? Check out this great blog post on Joystick vs. Micro.
Built for Your Growth
The Riley Hopkins WIN press is not just a perfect way to start a print shop but many times becomes a permanent fixture in the operation. Even as shops expand to larger manual presses like the Riley 500 for more colors and even more precision or upmarket to automation with the ROQ Automatics, the Riley WIN manual press is always handy to have around for jobs that need to be done quickly or overflow work while the larger presses may be running production. We even back the Riley Hopkins WIN with an industry leading Limited Lifetime Warranty so you can ensure this press could be your first and last manual screen printing press.
- Adjustable wheel detent system alleviates noise during rotation and allows for smooth transitions between print stations or faster print speeds.
- Laser cut and formed assembly ensure uniform construction and increase stability.
- Adjustable pedestal feet for secure placement on the print floor which allows for minimum platen deflection.
- Tool Free Off Contact
- Heavy Duty Springs
- Expanded Registration Gate with Industry Strength Registration Bolts for precise printing from color to color
- Limited Lifetime Warranty for Band Members (2-year limited warranty for non-members)
- Riley Hopkins Laser Guiding System for quick setups and print placement
- Aluminum Platens Upgrade
- Additional Platen Sizes
- Diameter: 110.5"
- Platen Height: 36"
- Platen Size: 16"x16" w/ Neck
- Max Frame Size: 23"x31"
- Base Configuration: 10" Round Pedestal
- Color/ Stations: 6 color / 6 station
by Derek -
Got this press about 3 weeks ago. So far it has been a dream to print with. Easy to set up and ready to go in about 1.5 hours if you take your time like me. There are some videos on you tube of assembly of RH presses and it was the smartest thing I ever did. Lots of do’s and don’ts from Ryan and Riley Hopkins himself. I have been printing for 12 years on a 4 color 4 station press and was happy with my set up. I had side clamps and upgraded pallets and I was content for many years. As the old press got more and more “personality” we decided to upgrade and since I trust Ryonet, I eventually decided on this press. I should have done this years ago! Super easy to spin and operate, perfect registration (don’t sweat the plastic bolts like I did, they rock) and beautiful prints consistently. I definitely do not miss the side clamps either like I thought I would. I started a month ago or so being much more careful with pre-press placement of art on screens for exposure and no problems at all. Much nicer having the screen secure before starting the registration process. What more can you ask for. Oh yea, it is not hard on the eyes either. Overall I am very happy with the press. We had 1 small problem with one of the joystick bushings dropping out, I chatted with them online, and they sent me an entire new print head with the preinstalled joystick no questions asked. Got it in 3 days (in case you were wondering if they will take care of you after the sale.) My press is still very new so I cannot talk long term yet but I will check back in if the opportunity presents itself.