Flexibility through Brother Textile Printing: From tees to leather to shoes
Brother's Sales Manager DACH & Marketing, André Albrecht discusses Brother's current direct-to-garment solutions.
Using Brother’s GT‐3 Series or the new GTX, you are offered large flexibility through various easy to change printer platen, allowing you to expand your range of products anytime. You can easily print on t-shirts, of course, but did you know that it was also possible to print on shoes? Brother offers a special shoe platen for this purpose.
The design of our Brother printers leaves much space for creativity, where end‐users can not only print on wood with the GT‐Series but also create amazing leather products.
Whether or not you are producing t-shirts in large quantities for e-Commerce or special customised and individual pieces, our direct‐to‐garment printers are the perfect solution with high resolution prints and a huge range of vivid colours.
The printers also come with a number of helpful accessories, like a projector system that allows easy printing on difficult spots of the textile as the print file will be projected onto the print area in advance. This is ideal for small textiles or baby textiles as you can print several small items in one single shot by using the 16 to 21 inch platen.
Since light textiles do not need pre-coating, you can easily expand your range of products to textile bags or cushion covers allowing odourless and non‐palpable prints.
So much is possible, it only needs the creativity of a fashion adapt end‐user to
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