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RELIABLE - 25 Year Warranty*
HEAVY DUTY - Never warp steel pallets with rubber tops and the new corner clamp pallet arm
USER FRIENDLY - Micro-registration with wrench free controls and zero backlash
ADJUSTABLE - 6 way screen leveling
PRECISE - Holds accurate multicolor printing registration
ACCURATE - Embedded registration bearings (close to the screen, stays clear of spray tack)
FLEXIBLE - Prints all heads down
SMART - Gas lifters with 16 position variable lift strength

12" (30 cm) wide steel rear screen clamps joined by a steel clamp bar for off center clamping 2.75" (6.9 cm) precision ground center shaft
3" (7.6 cm) square steel rotor arm with ruler indicator
Elevated Pallets — no need to stretch shirts over the arm (also compatible with quick stretch jacket attachment)
Zero backlash bearings on screen arm pivot
Adjustable micro clamp levers
Upgrade at any time from 1 station 1 color tabletop to 10 station 10 color rotary floor press!
*25 year limited warranty.
Gas springs and rubber pallet tops covered for 3 years.
The PolyHands POLY4C1SHD Series
of heavy-duty manual screen printing presses offers the
screen printing professional an unequalled range of advanced capabilities that decrease set
up time, improve registration accuracy and increase productivity.
Backed by an unprecedented 25-year warranty, these are industrial-strength machines in every respect, with steel-tube legs, 3 in. (76 mm) square steel rotor arms, heavy-gauge steel rotor assemblies, and never-warp steel pallets, with all critical moving parts — including registration wheel locks —
gliding on ball bearings.
POLY4C1SHD presses are offered
in models from one-station/ one-color to 10-stations/ 10-colors in increments of one station and/or one color. Fully expandable, they allow growing shops to start small and add stations and print heads to boost output or achieve special effects.

  • Model: POLY4C1SHD
  • Shipping Weight: 100lbs
  • 100 Units in Stock

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 02 April, 2013.