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GeoKnight DK Twin Shuttle Add-On (for DK20S/DK20)



GeoKnight DK Twin Shuttle Add-On (for DK20S/DK20)

The Digital Knight Twin Shuttle Upgrade is a dual station Add-On.

Everyone knows that long term costs are not in the press equipment but in Labor Costs. Adding a twin shuttle removes wasted operator time waiting for a pressing cycle to finish. It also negates heat platen idle time while waiting for the operator to load and unload. Production is maximized with no additional labor cost. The shuttle table creates less fatigue than swinging the head as well. Unlike easily tearable teflon 'hammocks', this shuttle is solid machined-flat aluminum, holding any heavy, sharp, and rigid imprintable products without concern. Laying out fabric, shirts and garments is a breeze, with the two 16x20 silicone pads positioned just like the standard table configuration on the press. The DKA-TWIN shuttle accessory is designed for the DK20S 16x20 swing-away heat press and it can also be used with the DK20 16x20 Clamshell press. The shuttle adds about ?" height to the bottom table of the press. In some unusual applications or with thicker substrates this height increase may cause a problem producing transfers. Consult with your sales rep for more information. Weight: 70 lbs Dimensions: 40" D x 21" W x 8" H

WARNING: WARNING: WORK IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA and use Protective Equipment (including masks and gloves) when working with specialty printing and curing products and processes (including DTF, DTG, UV etc.) as fumes and processes may be hazardous. We highly recommend the use of a fume extractor when working with DTF powder in addition to good ventilation and filtration in your work area. The use of all specialty ink printing equipment and supplies such as inks, chemicals, powders etc. are at the sole risk of the user. Specialty inks and film require a good humidity and temperature environment (50% - 70% humidity, and 75° to 80°F) to minimize risk of ink clogs and film buckling.