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Get the first look at the Brother GTXpro DTG printer!

Get the first look at the Brother GTXpro DTG printer!

Continuing Brother's legacy of creating industrial-grade garment printers, the GTXpro is flexible and immensely versatile. Whether you're printing in a small shop or kiosk, or scaling up operations to a 'print-on-demand' high-production workflow, the GTXpro enables you to quickly and cost-effectively grow your business.

The newly designed white print head of the GTXpro reduces the amount of white ink needed for cleaning and the automatic cleaning processes have been reduced to increase productivity.

With even more nozzles than its predecessor, the new white ink head and high-speed print mode allows you to print up to 10% faster.

For exceptional print quality each time, a new height sensor controls the optimum height of the print platen in order to prevent head strikes. This feature also allows you to quickly switch between decorating different types of garments such as shoes, bag, caps, hoodies and more.

Brother's newly formulated inks also provide a bolder, wider range of colours that make it simple to reproduce designs more accurately and with a visible increase in vibrancy.

Features summary:

            ▪           New industrial white print head

            ▪           High-speed print mode

            ▪           Optimised maintenance and increased productivity

            ▪           New optimal print platen height sensor

            ▪           Lower print costs

            ▪           Lower running costs

            ▪           1200 x 1200 dpi  resolution

            ▪           Wet capping station

            ▪           More durable and exceptional washability for printed garments

            ▪           Optional platens for expanded product/garment compatibility

GJS has produced a virtual showcase of the new Brother GTXpro direct-to-garment printer, with all new features and functionality designed to bring mass-production to the masses, at

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