Screen Stretching Table (roller frames)

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Old August 1st, 2009, 06:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Screen Stretching Table (roller frames)

We do have a new ST-Meter 1E and the minimaster L1 table for sale. Both have only been used 4 times to stretch about 100 screens total.

We are asking $2,600 for the table:http://www.stretchdevices.com/newman-roller-masters

The tension meter is $275: http://www.stretchdevices.com/newman-tension-meter

learn how: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hs1crUAjT-0

• 4-way simultaneous stretching
• Flat and level table surface
• Rapid mesh tensioning and stabilization
• Produces 3 times as many screens per hour (or more)
• More uniform screen tension
• Less physical effort
• Less skill needed & simple learning curve
• Rapid mesh retensioning
• Expandable for different frame sizes (PB models only)

The low friction, 4-way simultaneous tensioning on the Newman Roller Master™ combined with a 3 minute holding stress, is equivalent to approx. 7 to 10 retensionings.
Retensioning mesh with the Newman Roller Master™ after the 1st print run and reclaiming, combined with a
1 minute holding stress is equivalent to approx. 3 - 4 retensionings.

Newman Roller Masters

you can tension any size Newman Roller Frame in seconds.

make an offer, I would be glad to think it over.


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