George Knight® 394 Shuttle Press 20" x 25" - High production, twin station heat transfer press. George Knight heat presses use UL recognized components. Designed for efficiency in a production environment utilizing two shuttling tables, for constant pressing load and unload while the opposite table is pressing.
• Teflon-coated 3/4" thick heat platen
• Digital temperature control 32°- 600°F range
• Automatic digital timer
• 70 Programmable presets
• Solid steel welded framework
• SuperCoil-Microwinding™ Heater
• FREE LIFETIME Tech Support!
• Lifetime warranty on heat platen
• 1 year warranty on entire press
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Are these 20x25 George Knight Air Operated Twin Shuttle Press compatible with all sublimation inks? Our 20x25 George Knight Air Operated Twin Shuttle Press are compatible with most sublimation inks and systems including Sawgrass® Sublimation Ink(recommended), Epson® Sublimation Ink(recommended), Artesprix® Sublimation Markers & Paints(recommended), Cosmos Ink®, Hiipoo Sublimation Ink, InkOwl® Performance Sublimation Ink, Cricuit® Infusible Ink, Printers Jack Sublimation Ink, Seogol Sublimation Ink, Koala Sublimation Ink, DelTeck, Cricuit Infusible Ink Pens, and many more. Have a question about sublimation ink compatibility? Call one of our experienced consultants today at 1-800-826-6332.
What type of heat press machine do I need to produce these 20x25 George Knight Air Operated Twin Shuttle Press? While we recommend a Geo Knight Swing-Away heat press, this product is compatible with most all brands of heat press machines including Geo Knight®, Cricut® EasyPress™, VEVOR® Heat Press Machines, HIX® EVO Series Presses, Stahls® Brand Heat Presses, Hotronix® Presses, and many others. Sublimation transfers require anywhere from 375° to 425° F and demand serious force in pressing often from 40-80 psi so check your manufacturer\'s specs.