xTool Screen Printer review: an innovative alternative to traditional screen printing

Inventive and efficient, the xTool Screen Printer guarantees fast and fuss-free results.

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Our Verdict

Simple to set up and operate, xTool's pioneering screen printing setup has made this traditional craft more accessible. The xTool Screen Printer is perfectly suited to novices and seasoned screen printers alike.

For

  • Easy to master
  • High-quality, sturdy materials
  • Screens good for 100+ prints

Against

  • Not compatible with Riser Base

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xTool Screen Printer specs

Product size 615.8 x 293.5 x 208mm
Product weight 9.35kg
Working area 11.5 x 16inch
Compatible with xTool S1, D1 Pro (Basic and Multi-Color), M1, F1 and P2 (Basic Kit only)

Laser machine maker xTool has succeeded in making screen printing easily accessible with its new xTool Screen Printer. You’ll find this device easy to get yourself up and running if you’re a complete screen printing beginner, and if you’re a seasoned screen printer then you will undoubtedly be able to appreciate the ease and simplicity that this kit brings compared to traditional screen prepping. 

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The Verdict
4.5

out of 10

xTool Screen Printer

Simple to set up and operate, xTool's pioneering screen printing setup has made this traditional craft more accessible. The xTool Screen Printer is perfectly suited to novices and seasoned screen printers alike.

Cesci Angell
Craft and tech writer

Cesci is a writer with a background in design and sustainability, covering everything from tech to lifestyle. When she’s not writing, she is busy planning a house build with her other half.