Graphics One Expands Heat Press Range

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The Graphics One (GO) range is now more versatile than before with the expansion of its product portfolio.

Graphics One has expanded its range of heat presses with seven new units. Working with one of the world’s largest manufacturers of heat presses, the Graphics One line now includes 11 different units.

– Xpress 1620CS Clam Shell (new standard platen configuration).
– Xpress 1620SA Swing Away (new configuration).
– Xpress 1620 dual manual heat press.
– Xpress 1620 dual electric heat press.
– Xpress Dual manual mug press.
– Xpress Dual electric mug press.
– Xpress 5-in-1 mug press.

The flat press line up has been enhanced to include new versions of the clam shell and swing away presses. The upgraded Xpress 1620CS 40.64 x 50.8cm (16” x 20”) platen has the platen orientation changed so that it is easier to place the garment or other substrate on the platen in the long direction. This unit was developed for the dye sublimation market.

The 1620SA 40.64 x 50.8cm (16” x 20”) swing away unit has been updated to the company’s latest format and technology, making it even more of a formidable competitor in the market. The application for this unit is both toner transfers and dye sublimation.

One of the most exciting additions to the Xpress family of heat presses is the manual and electric powered dual station heat presses. With two lower platens, the units provide double the efficiency of the single platen units. The Dual Manual press has two 40.64 x 50.8cm (16” x 20”) lower platens and is operated manually by the user. The Dual Electric press has two 40.64 x 50.8cm (16” x 20”) lower platens and is ergonomically designed for ease of use. Both units are stand alone and do not require an air compressor.

The mug press lineup has been enhanced to include three new units with far more efficiencies than the single station mug units. The company is now offering two new dual mug press units with dual manual and dual electric mug presses. Additionally, GO has added a 5-in-1 press that allows a user to image up to five mugs per cycle.


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