The Model F1 series machines are known in the industry as “The most reliable screen printing machine ever made”. Brilliantly simple. Easy to operate. And versatile. This is a machine you will be proud to bring to your shop floor.
The Right Solution For Every Industry
You’ve got a business to run – jobs to get done and payroll to make. We understand those pressures and it shows in the machines we design and build. The Model F1-DC Precision Screen Printer will be an asset for your business that will keep paying for itself for years to come. The Model F1 series machines are known in the industry as “The most versatile screen printing machine ever made”. Brilliantly simple. Easy to operate. And versatile.
With each F1 comes the experience and know how from our dedicated team of professionals to specify the right options from our library of hundreds of standard attachments. Systematic Automation invented the quick change dedicated tooling system that allows your operators to go from one product to the next in literally seconds. Without adjustments in screen height, centerline of squeegee, image alignment, etc… This all but eliminates the need for skilled operators. Call to find out more about the SA quick changeover system.
Tutorials for your Model F1-DC
Changeover between different products is a simple 30 second process. Fulfill your orders, while decreasing your labor cost with the machine’s quick throughput of approximately 800 parts per hour (depending on application). Whether your business involves short runs or high volume production, Systematic Automation’s semi-automatic machines deliver for both the silk screen technician and shop manager.
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