If you need a heat press to start your business and at the same time value an unbeatable cost/performance ratio, the MAXX™ series is the right choice for you. This affordable, easy-to-use heat press is perfect for start-ups or home-based businesses. It’s also an excellent choice as a second heat press, and portable for on-site heat printing.
This manual transfer press allows you to quickly change the base plates due to the “Quick Change” system. Due to the high opening angle of the MAXX™ presses, the textiles can be placed easily and safely.
- 40 cm x 50 cm
- Brand: Stahls ®
- Part #: MAXX 40×50
- Digital time and temperature display
- Exchangeable plates
- Made in the USA
- Cast-in tubular heating
- Durable and robust
- Scratch-resistant, powder coated finish
- 30 years warranty on the heating element
- 5 years warranty on the frame construction
- 2 years warranty on the press excepted wearing parts
Follow these tips to keep your heat press in shape
Keep working area clean and dust-free.
Dust can be detrimental, especially for electrical components.
Use an air duster to clean the electrical components every six months.
- Upper platen care
Use a cover sheet during heat application.
Clean with a damp, soft cloth once a month.
For larger jobs use an iron cleaner or mineral spirits.
Protect platen from excess inks and residue with an upper platen cover. If ink transfers onto the platen, rub off with a rag at 160° C (320° F).
- Bottom platen care
Replace lower platens when silicone begins to deteriorate.
Lower platens are available in many different shapes and sizes.
Clean platen covers with a damp cloth.
Lower platen covers reduce wear and tear.
Threaded adjustment spindles on manual units can be lightly lubricated with high-temp lithium grease.
Grease all exposed rods once per year.
Use the cord that comes with your heat press; other cords may fit but are unable to carry the necessary voltage.
To avoid fire and other safety issues do not put cords on or near hot surfaces.
- Cold spots
Even heat is essential for proper application.
Check yearly (or as needed) using a machine test kit.