TROOPER SCREEN PRINTING SHOP START-UP KIT/PACKAGE Only $23,815.00 - Domestic Crating Included
At Lawson we know getting started can be difficult. So much to buy and remember, with so many things going on around you. That's why we've brought together this collection of essentials to make your beginning a little easier. Find the package that best fits your needs and get started today.
Trooper Screen Print Package Includes
- 6-Color; 8-Station - Manual Indexer
- Speed Registration
- 5 HP Air Compressor System and Matched Air Dryer
- 6 Aluminum Frames 23" x 31" O.D.
- $500 Ink Credit (you choose the colors you desire)
- Trooper Training at our Saint Louis facility
- Instruction Booklet
- Optional Installation not included
Substitute Manual Indexer for 6-Color; 8-Station - Auto Indexer (additional $2,935)
Start your essential screen printing reference library with these best-selling books and videos. Tour a working shop and see each step in the job process with the Beginning Garment Screen Printing video. How To Print T-Shirts for Fun & Profit is designed for the new printer and includes sample forms. Screen making is demonstrated in the Ulano Direct Emulsion video and the mysteries of pricing are explained in the book, Pricing for Profits. $118
Newman Roller Frames can re-tighten mesh when it loses tension. Don't throw away perfectly good mesh just because it lost some tension and doesn't register or slows down your print stroke. MZX manual press - 12, 24 or 36 frame kits include an MZX Tool Kit with SDI Torque Wrench, mesh alignment clips, a 7-130 Newton tension meter, 2 corner softening tools, fabric protectors, written instructions and a roll of Newman Zone Tape.
MZX 23" x 26" OD Frames*
12 Frame Kit $1,366.63
24 Frame Kit $1,864.63
36 Frame Kit $2,362.63
Prices listed apply to frames with a square bar. Contact us for pricing on all roller frames.
With the Panel Frame, you can stretch your own frame in seconds. a unique, fast and earth-friendly concept in mesh to frame installment and reinstallment. Panel Frame is the evolution of screen frames for the textile and industrial screen print industry. Screens are assembled by installment of a specially designed mesh panel utilizing the hand tension tool. Mesh installment requires no glues or chemicals and is accomplished in less than one minute at high tension levels. Single color designs can be removed, stored and reinstalled for reruns. The assembly of the PanelFRAME requires very little space and no prior skill. The frame itself is patented and specially designed made of light weight aluminum that is 100% leak tested for years of performance.
Watch the Panel Frame Video - It's so easy!
Aluminum frames are about 1 pound lighter than wood so they're easier to spin and stop. Welded corners ensure they are consistently square. Tensioned under meter control the high quality polyester monofiliment mesh is attached with chemical resistant glue. Add them now and get the best pricing. You choose the mesh counts.
6 frames $143.93 - $195.32
12 frames $287.85 - $382.58
We will back order if we are out of stock
As your shop develops, you'll need advanced supplies. In this package add-on we have
- a Folding linen tester for examining screens and prints
- 4 Goop Scoops for scraping ink from screens and buckets
- A Bucket Lid Opener
- 3 Lawson Flat Brushes for degreasing, reclaim and ink cleaning
- At the press you need Press Wash 485 for cleaning screens
- the toughest ink that blocks the image, we have a can of our Clog Buster screen opener
- Once the job is done you will need our combination Ink Degradent & stain remover ID-360
- milder ID-320 Ink Degradent to remove pesky ink and stains
- To dispense your chemicals we haven 4- 32oz Chemical Resistant Spray Bottles
Supply/Chemical Package Upgrade $210
Textile Tech 2-Day Intensive Hands-On Screen Printing Class: This intensive two day screen printing workshop offers a broad range of information and hands-on printing experience. This training is great for the beginner. We offer this class monthly at our St. Louis Facility, and by appointment in Atlanta.
You will need a washout sink for processing screens after they are exposed, cleaning off ink with degradent and removing the stencil. For tougher stencils you will need a power washer.