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Brother GTXpro Bulk DTG printer lands in Australia

Brother GTXpro Bulk DTG printer lands in Australia

The Brother GTXpro Bulk direct-to-garment printer has landed in Australia! Continuing Brother's legacy of creating industrial-grade garment printers, the DTG printer features a proprietary bulk-feed system for its specially formulated inks.

Meticulous attention to every detail means that every component is up to the rigours and demands of high-production garment decoration, while Brother’s newly formulated inks provide a bolder, wider range of colours that make it simple to reproduce designs more accurately and with a visible increase in vibrancy.

The bolder, brighter Innobella Textile Inks are water-based pigment inks and are ECO PASSPORT by OKEO-TEX certified and CPSIA compliant. The bulk packaging uses less plastic thanks to the new reusable tanks so there is less waste and less impact on the environment.

Feature summary:

  • High-volume, production-ready design
  • Dual print heads: one for white inks; one for CMYK inks
  • Advanced Ink System (AIS)
  • Print mode: single or double CMYK. Under base and highlight for white
  • Lower print costs
  • Lower running costs
  • 1200 x 1200 dpi  resolution
  • Wet capping station
  • White ink circulation system
  • Reduced maintenance costs
  • More durable and exceptional washability for printed garments
  • Optional platens for expanded product/garment compatibility

For a first look at the Brother GTXpro Bulk direct-to-garment printer, brought to you by the GJS team, go to:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_IdSyiEy6g&list=PL14UCI5UyRDqPbnyi7F2Lo_JlQ0jywhzm

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