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Old March 11th, 2012, 03:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am thinking about purchasing an automatic for my shop. We have very limited space in my shop so I'm looking for something that takes up the least amount of space, but is reliable and able to produce in volume. I've been researching the Titan by Anatol and wanted to get some insight from you all on this press or if there are others I should consider.

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Old March 11th, 2012, 03:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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check out the diamondback, dude you live in Illinois. The diamond back is made there. You could go and see it at the factory.
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Old March 11th, 2012, 03:33 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I am thinking about purchasing an automatic for my shop. We have very limited space in my shop so I'm looking for something that takes up the least amount of space, but is reliable and able to produce in volume. I've been researching the Titan by Anatol and wanted to get some insight from you all on this press or if there are others I should consider.

Thanks!
I would look at the one color press,Anatol had in
the booth at Long Beach! It prints volume,say about
1000 per hour. Not bad! If you need more volume
buy two. It does take up quite a bit of space approx
6 square feet, and has a nice print area about
4"x4". I hope this helps!
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Old March 11th, 2012, 03:42 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I'm also in the same boat... my new shop will be a tight fit and the anatol's smaller foot print makes it a little bit better. Otherwise I have to give up another entire room and knock another wall down.
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Old March 11th, 2012, 04:02 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I'm also in the same boat... my new shop will be a tight fit and the anatol's smaller foot print makes it a little bit better. Otherwise I have to give up another entire room and knock another wall down.
Gilligan,
Disregard my above post,you
would fall onto a much different catagory
The poster lives in the hot bed of screen print
machines. Anatol,MnR,RPM,AWT. He didnt
say how many colors,print area, and describe
what is volume. What is not much space?
Volume to me is 5000 shirts per shift.
I dont want to mislead anyone.
It looked like someone we know on a fishing
trip! my bad.
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I am thinking about purchasing an automatic for my shop. We have very limited space in my shop so I'm looking for something that takes up the least amount of space, but is reliable and able to produce in volume. I've been researching the Titan by Anatol and wanted to get some insight from you all on this press or if there are others I should consider.

Thanks!
DLV,
Please ignore my first post!
A bad misjudgement on my part.
Its a long story,with no need to
bring it up! sorry.
A corect answer is you are lucky to be in
the smack middle of some great companies.
Go to Anatol,go to Mnr and look for yourself.
They are both good compainies,with good
products,support.You will do well with either
But since I already have a 2 egg omlete on
my face, why not go for 3. It is hard to beat
the Diamondback 6 color,servo I. your back
yard.Time to go wash off some eggs.
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I agree on the Dback if it will fit in your space. Its about 11 ft in diameter. The Titan depending on color combo will be under 10 ft. With the Titan you give up a little in print size and to maximize it's 16x16 print you would have to buy custom 20x28 frames which to me would be a pain in the butt and not allow you to expand in the future as easily. The Dback takes standard 23x31 frames and has a 16x18 print area.
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Titan is a prefect machine for really small space, but the fact to me that it does not print using a standard size auto screen killed it for me. Looked at the Horizon, liked it, liked the diamond back as well. I think both would be great in any small shop. I wanted something with a little more balls so I went with a Sportsman. But I have no space restrictions.
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I would look at the one color press,Anatol had in
the booth at Long Beach! It prints volume,say about
1000 per hour. Not bad! If you need more volume
buy two. It does take up quite a bit of space approx
6 square feet, and has a nice print area about
4"x4". I hope this helps!
Nice looking press, but comparing two colours with say a diamondback that prints six colours for about $22k I would hope the Anatol is only worth about $10 to $12?
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but the fact to me that it does not print using a standard size auto screen killed it for me.
So you mean because it didn't fit MnR size screens you bought an MnR and you class MnR as being the standard because they are the largest brand in the market, yet you criticize other brands being able to interchange squeegees, floods and pallets with "the standard".

My advice, start with a diamondback, then in a couple of years trade up into an RPM / Mustang and all your screens and hardware will interchange because it's all standard.
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