Tuesday, April 19, 2011

A Perfect Marriage - RhinoScreen Dry Stencil Film & the RhinoScreen Heat Press

RhinoTech presents the: RhinoScreen Heat Press

The RS 1620/RhinoScreen Heat Press is powerful, compact and priced right for use in producing a stencil with the radically new, RhinoScreen Dry Stencil Film, stencil-making system. Revolutionizing the way a stencil is made in just two steps after creating and printing a design onto an Image Sheet, the RS1620 Heat Press merges the Image Sheet with a Transfer Sheet.

Available in Model #AP3-15 (15 x 15 heat platen size) or Model #AP3-20 (16 x 20 heat platen size), the RS 1620 RhinoScreen Heat Press features include:
• Center load pressure adjustment
• Floating top heat platen with even pressure distribution
• Black Teflon coated heat platen
• Scratch resistant powder coated paint
• Timer Range - 0-999 s
• Auto Temperature with ranges from room temperature to 500 F+
• 110 V with built-in fuse
• 1,600 Watts of Power
• Weight - 94 lbs.
• Packaging Dimensions - 21” x 22” x 32”
Exceptionally priced at just $499.99

RhinoTech presents: RhinoScreen Dry Stencil Film

RhinoScreen is changing the way a stencil is created. It expedites the process by ELIMINATING THE NEED FOR:
• a film positive
• emulsion
• capillary film
• exposure time
• drying time

After creating/printing a design, a stencil can be created in just two steps using specialty Image and Transfer papers. Paper sizes range from packs of 8.5” x 11” to 11” x 17” and rolls that are 13” x 100’. And the papers are recyclable (they contain no silicone or organic pollutants).

RhinoScreen innovation enables safer, environmentally sensitive products for screen printers, reduced inventory and work space needs; affordability to improve the screen printers’ profit-margins.

RhinoTech: info@rhinotechinc.com; www.rhinotechinc.com;
888.717.4466; 651-686-5027.
A “how-to” video demonstration can be found at: youtube.com/rhinotechcompany.


  1. look like a great product How do you wash it off the screen when you want to reuse the screen.. what chemicals?

  2. So very sorry about our tardy response. Once printing is completed, apply RhinoClean Screen Wash to remove the ink. To remove the stencil, use high pressure water. If needed, apply HR 2800 Haze Remover by RhinoTech to make the screen look like new.