Silver Press Grip Bar Grabs the Screen Better

The Silver Press has a grip plate that makes setup easier than on presses that don't have that feature. When using aluminum screens, the slipping screen effect would be even greater, but this press escapes that problem.

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A great feature of this press is the grip bar. I'm going to show you what I'm talking about. Let me zoom in on it. [zooms in on bar] This item, the grip bar, is what grabs onto your screen when you lock it in. You twist these knobs right here and that locks the screen into the press, itself. If you have a press that doesn't have these, then there's just a little round end washer on the clamp where it contacts the screen. The screen tends to twist and shift when you go to lock it down, especially when you have aluminum framed screens. That would make it very hard to register your screens to each other. (Registration is lining up one screen to another when doing multi-color work.)

Learn more about the silver press tabletop screen printing press