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DTG leaders since 2005. Industry innovators for over a century.
As a pioneer in Direct to Garment printing, Brother always seeks to bring new features and advanced technology to an industry that demands to be on the cutting edge. But our history of supporting the garment industry dates back to our earliest days. Our relevantly recent merger of garment decoration and creation machinery with our sophisticated printing technology is simply the latest in long line of product introductions.
Perhaps that’s why screen printers, embroidery shops, fashion designers, online fulfillment companies and many other types of businesses have come to rely on Brother to expand their markets and apply their creations to items and in places where they never could before.
Follow the evolution of the Brother DTG printer, from 1999 to today.
With new features developed specifically for high-volume print shops, Brother’s newest DTG model represents another new beginning for the company.
Brother reveals the next generation of DTG printers – the GTX. This high volume production unit features newly developed Innobella Textile inks that dramatically increase the potential printed color spectrum.
Brother’s new GT-3 series of DTG printers combined a compact design with industrial capabilities and featured CMYK+W inks to help companies of any size print full color garments
Our first DTG printer featuring white ink, the GT-782, was introduced at the SGIA Expo. This high-production unit contained 2 platens.
Brother launched its GT-541 DTG printer at the ISS in Atlantic City. The model was CMYK only.
The first beta testing conducted for Brother designed and manufactured DTG printers.
Brother began research for direct to garment printing.