Automatic TITAN Series — Small but Mighty, with Big Time Features

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The MOST SIZES and LEAST AIR CONSUMPTION in an entry level automatic press…flexibility for the way you want to work.

Maximum print area of 16” x 18” (41cm x 46cm)
Available in configurations of: 
6 stations/4 colors up to 12 stations/11 colors

TITAN S Automatic Screen Printing Machine

Maximum print area of 15” x 16” (38cm x 41cm)
Maximum screen size of 21″ x 28″ (53cm x 71cm)
Available in configurations of: 
6 stations/4 colors up to 12 stations/11 colors

TITAN M Automatic Screen Printing Machine

Maximum print area of 16” x 18” (41cm x 46cm)
Maximum screen size of 23″ x 33″ (58cm x 84cm)
Available in configurations of: 
6 stations/4 colors up to 12 stations/11 colors

Efficient Innovation

Save thousands in maintenance fees and time lost with the Titan AAA and ASA screen printing presses. These presses use just two (2) cylinders per head. We eliminated 4 screen lock cylinders, 4 squeegee/flood bar cylinders and 4 squeegee/flood bar lock-in carriage cylinders per head. Less efficient pneumatic presses utilize 10-12 cylinders per head.

You’ll use a smaller compressor which means less operating costs and the ability to run a “greener” screen printing shop.

Exclusive air-less Speed Clamps ensure a uniform hold on any frame type or thickness, saving you from the waste of melted screen clamp air hoses or leaky toggle switches.

Looking to remove air from your screen printing operation completely? Check out our VOLT Series professional-grade all-electric automatic screen printing machines.

Advanced Technology You Won’t Find on Another Entry-Level Screen Printing Machine

The Anatol Titan ASA and ASE screen printing machines have a high-quality linear screw style servo indexer sometimes used in the industry on high-end models. Industry standard for entry level automatic presses is often crank arm/gear drive style or electric motor.

The superior gauged click cylinder for central off-contact control adjusts in increments of .005″ up to 2/5 inch, resulting in 80 off-contact settings – well above industry standard.


  • True three-point micro-registration of the screen (front-back, left-right and rotational movement) allowing for precise and quick adjustments
  • Accepts most common pre-registration systems available on the market, including Anatol’s ARME registration system


  • Slide-style or quick release pallets
  • Tool-free locking
  • Precise four-point pallet leveling system
  • Standard 16” x 22” solid aluminum, low profile rubber-coated pallets

Servo Indexer

  • AAA models have pneumatic indexers with clockwise direction only
  • Servo indexer allows for clockwise, counterclockwise and half indexing on ASA and ASE models

Safety Systems

  • Ensure safety during press set-up and operation with our patented safety bars located between each print head and on each side of the load and unload station

Skip Shirts & Smash Buttons

  • Save time and supplies by preventing the press from printing on empty pallets with our Skip Shirt function on the control panel
  • Halt printing in the event of an improperly loaded shirt with our Smash button

Central Off-Contact

  • Gauged click mechanism allows for precise adjustments up to 2/5 inch with 68 off-contact settings, well above industry standard for maximum control when printing on various substrates or using specialty inks
  • Most advanced mechanical central off-contact on the market

Laser Alignment System

  • Laser alignment system for quick and easy apparel alignment
  • Four independently-adjustable straight red lasers


  • Rapid Wave Quartz Flash Cure
  • Infrared Flash Cure
  • Pallet locator for slide-style mounting pallets
  • Foot pedal control for manual cycle
  • Your choice of side or front/rear screen clamps

Heads up Features

  • Heads Up standard on 5, 7 and 9 color presses
  • Last print head is hinged so it can be lifted out of the way, creating dedicated loading and unloading stations
  • Work faster with two operators, one loading and one unloading, when you don’t need the last print head
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