we use MandR and we also have Lawson. The most desirable is the MandR press, but they come with a pretty high price tag. A normal screenprinting shop can typically go with an eight color screenprinting press. Eight color presses will cover most jobs, but we
use 10 color presses to handle some of those complex jobs that are out there. The MandR offer a lot more bells and whisles, such as pressure controls, electronic indexing, and more control of printing from the printing station. I will say that we started with the Lawson presses, but will buy nothing but MandR from here on out.
When it comes to automatic presses you get a lot more control of the print from the M&R which in turn produces better quality shirts and we like that. I can go on and on about MandR and probably will in some later post, but for now I will leave you with this. If you can afford MandR – Buy MandR.
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