Anatol Equipment Manufacturing Co.

Anatol blog

August 17th, 2016
Starting-your-own.png

Traffic, gas prices, long car rides – the morning commute to work can be a real pain. And once you arrive, you’re spending long hours making money for someone else and missing out on what’s most important – your family.

June 13th, 2016
Is-an-automatic-press-worth-it_.png

Visited a screen printing trade show lately? If you’re a manual printer who’s just seen an automatic press in action, you might think “there’s no way I can keep pushing a squeegee!”

May 11th, 2016
Carpe-1.png

With so much attention on applying ink to shirts, it’s easy to forget that pre-press is just as important! If your screen hasn’t been properly prepared before it goes on the press, even perfect printing technique won’t deliver a quality print. There are so many variables that factor into exposing your screens it can be difficult to get a good result, especially if you’re unfamiliar with the process.

February 10th, 2016
PERFECT.png

We’ve listened to the feedback from our customers and made the commitment not to offer you anything less than the best customer care you can get in the t-shirt screen printing equipment industry. The entire Anatol team has rededicated itself to going the extra mile to help our customers in whatever way we can. It’s not just talk – we’ve made concrete changes and are prepared to walk the long walk.

January 26th, 2016
Clean_Your_Screen.jpg

So you’ve just finished a successful print run and decided to get started on another. You go to the rack for a fresh screen but they’re nowhere to be found! Your lack of planning left you with a pile of dirty screens caked with ink. Now what?

January 12th, 2016
Can_Discharge_Ink.png

Do you have a favorite t-shirt? You know, the soft cotton one with the soft handed, distressed print on the front? Everyone has one, and there’s a pretty good chance it was printed using water based ink. Customers love the soft feel and clean, smooth look of water based prints.

January 6th, 2016
Take_the_headache_out_of_color_matching.png

As a screen printer, every order you get is different. The design possibilities in screen printing are virtually limitless; some customers might not have a good idea of what they want their garment to look like, others can be very particular. A customer may request a specific printing process, fabric, ink type or color. You can meet most of these demands relatively easily. However, reproducing a specific color is often easier said than done.

December 29th, 2015
Are-you-ready-604x270.png

Is your screen printing shop struggling to meet tight deadlines? Is your manual press keeping you from taking bigger, more complex jobs? If so, it might be time to upgrade to an automatic t-shirt screen printing machine. With a single operator, an automatic press runs at least 3-5 times faster than a manual press, allowing you to tackle larger production runs with more colors. And with automatic presses available with compact footprints, you should be able to find one that fits your existing work space – no need to restructure, no need to move!

December 21st, 2015
To_Screen_Feature_Photo.jpg

So you’ve decided you want to get into the garment printing industry but you’re not sure how to get started. No worries, everyone was a beginner at some point! Let’s put first things first, like deciding which style of customization you want to pursue. When it comes to printing textiles, two of the most common options are screen printing and direct to garment (DTG) printing.

December 18th, 2015
Think_Before_Printing_Feature_Image.png

One of the most common questions we hear among beginners in the screen printing world is “what ink should I use?” To find the answer, consider another question: “what are you looking to print?”. It’s not a matter of trying to find the “best” screen printing ink in the industry, but rather finding an ink that will give you the results you need. In order to figure out what ink will best suit your project, it’s important to understand the properties and applications of different screen printing inks.

Anatol TV
How to Add Oil to the Indexer on Your Anatol Automatic Press
Anatol Vector Automatic Screen Printing Press
Setting the Controls on Your Anatol Print Head
Volt 14/6 UV Screen Printing
Anatol Automatic Print Head Controls
Anatol Aries 2 Maintenance Reminders
Anatol Volt Umbrella Printing System
Anatol Prodigy Tag Printer
Anatol Vulcan II Modular Gas Dryer
Vulcan II Modular Gas Dryer
Rapid Wave Quartz Flash with Temperature Sensor
Aries 2 Cycle Mode Set Up
Anatol Volt - Professional grade all-electric automatic screen printing press
Anatol Titan automatic screen printing machine
Anatol Aurora UV LED exposure unit
Anatol VOLT S all-electric automatic screen printing press
Midwest Graphics & Awards - Anatol Testimonial
Anatol VOLT L 14/12 Electric Automatic Screen Printing Machine
Low Country Native - Anatol VOLT Testimonial
Totally T-Shirts & More - Anatol Horizon Testimonial
Charleston Graphics - Anatol VOLT Testimonial
EmbroidMe - Greenville East - Anatol VOLT Testimonial
Awesome Dudes Printing - Anatol VOLT Testimonial
Tee Vision - Anatol Lightning/Titan/Horizon Testimonial
Anatol Prodigy Automatic Tag Screen Printing Press
Regional Offices
Anatol Equipment Manufacturing Co.
World Headquarters
919 Sherwood Drive
Lake Bluff, IL 60044, USA
Phone: 847-367-9760
Customer Service: 847-582-1825
Fax: 847-582-1854
Email: sales@anatol.com
Anatol Europe
European Headquarters
Ul Rejonowa 10
17-100 Bielsk Podlaski, Poland
Phone: (+48) 85 731 93 00
Fax: (+48) 85 730 1779
Email: internationalsales@anatol.com
Anatol Latin America
Latin American Office
San Salvador
El Salvador
Phone: 847-454-7612
Fax: 847-582-1854
Email: internationalsales@anatol.com