Savings on Screen Presses
The Diamondback Series is M&R’s line of versatile and highly- affordable entry-level automatic screen printing presses. Diamondback screen printing presses feature servo-driven indexing to ensure smooth, accurate travel, and pneumatic screen clamps that facilitate rapid screen loading, hold roller frames without special adapters, and deliver excellent stability on a wide variety of screens.
M&R Sidewinder Series Manual Textile Press
M&R's Sidewinder is the world's best entry-level manual press, and it's available at an exceptionally affordable price. Built with M&R's rugged construction and innovative design, Sidewinder sets a new standard for entry-level manual presses.
ASPE Rapid Tag Screen Press
The RapidTag is a high-speed automatic screen printer that specializes in printing smaller images, allowing any shop to quickly and cost-effectively re-label garments and promotional products like never before, performing all necessary steps on-board so there is no need for additional equipment.
Savings on Direct-to-Garment Equipment
This new series is the next generation in the successful line of Brother garment printers. Designed using over five years of feedback with garment printers, the new GT-3 Series of digital garment printers deliver a suite of advanced features for all your garment printing needs.
Insta Heat Transfer Press 228
The Insta 228 Manual Swing-Away machine has proven to be a true customer favorite. Load your garments and place your transfers with ease thanks to the unobstructed access to the exposed lower platen that this press provides you.
Savings on Exposure Units
M&R i-Image STE
i-Image STE is the world's first all-in-one computer-to-screen (CTS) imaging and exposure system. By combining CTS imaging and UV LED screen exposure in one machine, M&R has dramatically reduced the time and effort required to prepare images for screen printing.
NuArc StarLight Table Top Exposure Unit
Starlight is NuArc's versatile and affordable tabletop UV LED screen exposure unit. With its convenient and economical approach to direct screen exposure, Starlight is the perfect unit for small-to-medium-size screen printing shops, and it's ideal for small screen printers looking to upgrade from UV fluorescent and homemade screen exposure units.
NuArc First Light Exposure System
First Light is NuArc's versatile and affordable tabletop direct screen exposure system. With its convenient and economical approach to direct screen exposure, First Light is the perfect unit for startup manual screen shops. First Light's five high-output UV fluorescent lamps save energy costs and reduce production time. They also expose direct, capillary, and indirect emulsions.
Savings on Flash Cure Systems
M&R Red Chili D Flash Cure System
The freestanding Red Chili quartz flash cure system uses medium-wave sealed tungsten filament quartz lamps with adjustable intensity. Instant-on flash cure technology conserves energy by reverting to standby status when the screen printing press is idle, and the curing lamps are divided into three flashing zones, which can be operated independently or in any combination.
M&R Acoma Manual Flash Cure System
Acoma's powerful infrared heat panel with solid-state dwell controller and temperature control dial provide consistent heat settings from job-to-job. Acoma's lightweight makes it easy to wheel around the shop. Its adjustable stand and panel assembly has 120 degree swivel movement to provide clearance for even oversized pallets.
Savings on Dryers
M&R Radicure D Dryer
Built for long life and maximum performance, Radicure D is M&R's premium infrared electric textile dryer. It's available in belt widths from 91 to 152 cm (36" to 60"). Not only does it have the highest production capacity in its class, it's also the most energy efficient.
M&R Economax D Electric Textile Dryer
Easy to own and economical to operate, Economax D is the ultimate affordable, space-saving textile dryer. Not only does it have the highest production capacity in its class, it's also the most energy efficient. Fast cure rates and high product throughput maximize dryer capacity and minimize per-unit cost.