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Hand Operated Screen Process Printing Tables & Drying Racks
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Hand Operated Screen Process
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Natgraph Hand Operated Screen Process Printing Tables & Drying

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  • 1. EQUIPMENT SOLUTIONS Hand Operated Screen Process Printing Tables & Drying Racks stencil processing screen printing air force ultra violet infra red Natgraph manufacture a complete range The Natgraph range of Screen Process of Hand Operated Screen Process Printing Drying Racks has been designed to meet Tables to provide a versatile production the drying requirements of smaller quantity unit that can be used for the ‘one off’ job screenprinting, whilst being both versatile through to large production print runs. and functional. Substrates can be left Available in 4 standard sizes, there is to air dry on the 50 open mesh trays of a unit available for all popular manually the rack, thus utilising available floorspace printed formats. to the maximum. Hand Operated Screen Process Printing Tables Screen Process Drying Racks Natgraph Limited, Dabell Avenue, Blenheim Industrial Estate, Nottingham NG6 8WA, United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)115 979 5800 Fax: +44 (0)115 979 5700 sales@natgraph.co.uk. www.natgraph.co.uk
  • 2. Hand Operated Screen Process Printing Tables & Drying Racks Hand Operated Screen Process Printing Tables Features • Heavy duty, well balanced construction • One arm squeegee unit • Sliding side arms/frame clamps • Fully adjustable master frame • Electrically operated suction valve • Laminate suction base • Front register locking device • Optional shelf • 4 standard sizes • Special sizes built to order The Natgraph range of Hand Operated Screen A front register locking device locates the master Process Printing Tables has been developed to frame into the machine’s framework during the print provide versatile printing units that can be used for operation to ensure rigidity. The master frame and the ‘one off’ job through to large production print one arm squeegee unit are counter balanced at the runs. Available in 4 standard sizes, there is a model rear by an easily adjustable weight system. The ‘one available for all popular manually printed formats. arm’ squeegee unit is universally adjustable, including the handle, for different operators and accepts most types of squeegee. The ‘one arm’ is connected to an 8 bearing carriage assembly that runs along a circular back bar for ease of operation. When not required the ‘one arm’ unit can be swung up out of the way, or can be removed completely. A quiet, powerful suction unit is located under the machine and the vacuum is controlled by an adjustable cam/micro-switch assembly, operating a solenoid valve for instant vacuum on/off. 4 heavy duty, steel fabricated legs have height adjustable swivel feet allowing the complete unit to be angled forwards when installed, helping to offset the Hand Table model 2 with optional shelf problems of ink running to the rear of the screen A rigid and heavy duty welded framework supports frame when left in the raised position for the black, laminate faced suction base and master long periods. frame hinge assemblies. The suction base is These tables can be fully dismantled to fit through adjustable in all directions and can also be rotated a normal doorway and a tool kit is supplied with to obtain the correct registration position required for every machine. A full sized galvanized steel shelf is fine definition, multi colour printing. All adjustments available as an optional extra. are lockable, including the base itself. These units require a single phase power supply. The master frame assembly allows any size of screen frame to be quickly positioned anywhere within the table’s print area. The 2 extruded aluminium side arms each have 2 sliding frame clamps, permitting quick frame changes. The master frame is height adjustable to a maximum of 50mm, therefore the tables can print on objects as well as any normal flat substrate, including metal, glass or acrylic sheets. (Special machines can be made to print higher objects up to 200mm.) Extruded side arm with sliding frame clamps EQUIPMENT SOLUTIONS 2 of 4
  • 3. Hand Operated Screen Process Printing Tables & Drying Racks Screen Process Drying Racks Features • Available in 2 sizes • Every 10th tray identified • Sprung loaded trays • Cast iron castors • Easy dismantling/re-assembly The Natgraph range of Screen Process Drying strengthening bars to prevent any sag in the centre, Racks has been designed to meet the drying with a 12mm gap between the trays. Oversized requirements of small screenprinting jobs, whilst sheets can be accepted, because the only contact being both versatile and functional. Substrates points are these corner mounted feet. can be left to air dry on the open mesh trays of the rack, utilising the available floorspace to the The racks are available in 2 standard sizes, to maximum. Each tray is counter sprung to ensure accept medium to large print format sizes. Castors smooth operation and no contact with the substrate on ball bearing swivels, allow the rack to be easily on the tray below. These drying racks are also moved and to cope with uneven floor surfaces. The used in education for drying paintings. castors are made of steel and if required the racks can be used in stoving ovens. These racks can be The 50 trays are stove enamelled, with every easily dismantled to enable them to pass through a 10th one identified by different coloured feet for normal doorway. counting purposes. The open fronted trays have Drying Rack model 1 Hand Table model 2 EQUIPMENT SOLUTIONS 3 of 4
  • 4. Specifications Hand Operated Screen Process Printing Tables Model No. 0 1 2 3 Print/Suction Area 56 x 46cm (22” x 18”) 81 x 56cm (32” x 22”) 107 x 81cm (42” x 32”) 158 x 107cm (62” x 42”) Max. Frame Size 102 x 76cm (40” x 30”) 127 x 86cm (50” x 34”) 153 x 112cm (60” x 44”) 208 x 137cm (82” x 56”) Suction Base Size 117 x 76cm (46” x 30”) 142 x 86cm (56” x 34”) 168 x 112cm (66” x 44”) 223 x 137cm (88” x 54”) Max. print – Height 5cm (2”) Width 135cm (53”) 162cm (64”) 185cm (73”) 236cm (93”) Height - Open 162cm (64”) 183cm (72”) 188cm (74”) 203cm (80”) Height – Closed 91cm (36”) Depth 153cm (60”) 157cm (62”) 190cm (75”) 203cm (80”) Weight 160kgs. (353lbs.) 200kgs. (441lbs.) 220kgs. (485lbs.) 280kgs. (617lbs.) Voltage Single Phase 220/240 Volts 50/60 Hz. AC Power 150 watts 150 watts 150 watts 400 watts Current 5 Amps 5 Amps 5 Amps 5 Amps Screen Process Drying Racks Model No. 1 2 Tray Size 79 x 105cm (31” x 41”) 155 x 105cm (61” x 41”) No. of Trays 50 50 Height - Open 214cm (84”) 229cm (90”) Height – Closed 158cm (62”) 158cm (62”) Width 117cm (46”) 170cm (67”) Depth 94cm (37”) 117cm (46”) Weight 150kgs. (331lbs.) 302kgs. (666lbs.) Distributed by: Download our brochures at www.natgraph.co.uk 4 of 4 05 The manufacturer’s policy is one of continuous improvement and the manufacturer therefore reserves the right to change or modify the design without prior notice. The technical specifications given are therefore for information only.

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