Brother GTXpro Bulk offers mass production and flexibility in one machine

by FESPA Staff | 03/09/2020
Brother GTXpro Bulk offers mass production and flexibility in one machine

Brother has combined the advantages of the GTX with an innovative bulk ink system, together with a new, improved print head and a whole range of features.

The Brother GTXpro Bulk is a space-saving and reasonably priced industrial direct-to-garment printer for mass production without sacrificing the well-known advantages of the GTX.

The GTXpro Bulk features:

Revolutionary New Bulk Ink system
- Cost-saving Bulk ink system for high production quantities. Available in 1,8 liter and 18 liter containers.
New Industrial White Print Head Design
- New developed white ink print head technology for inside the print head ink circulation, which results in less white ink waste.
Reduced Maintenance & Time
- Reduced Maintenance and reduced waiting time – the new cap design leads to less purging time, the larger colour sub-tanks are refilled during the printing process.
-Print reservation function for higher productivity
Optimal Print Height
- The new sensor technology detects whether the distance from the print head to the textile is too much and of course also if the textile could touch the print head.
- Additional sensor for detecting whether platen is too low, to reduce ink mist and assure print quality.
- The low sensor function can be disabled if required.
High Speed Print Mode
- The new white ink print head design allows the usage of more nozzles than previous models, which allows up to 10% faster printing with special print settings.
Network and USB connection
for full industrial production integration


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