Print More Than Tees with Brother Direct-to-Garment Printers. Caps, Coasters, Bags, and much more…
Brother Direct to Garment Printers take your business into new markets and tap into new revenue streams. The large print head gap lets you print much more than tees, and your speed to market will overwhelm your competition.
With three models to choose from and a reputation for reliability in manufacturing DTG printers since 2005, Brother makes it easy to position your business for the future.
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The Industry Leader in Decorated Apparel Technology
Our highly trained Customer Care representatives are focused before, during and after your purchase.
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Our training program is the most comprehensive and effective training in the industry.
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By far the best team I've ever worked with. They truly understood the look I was going for and completely nailed it! I would highly recommend them as a company, you simply just won't find any better team!Linzy SidesGraphic Designer, RHB Creative
It was really fun getting to know the team during the project. They were all helpful in answering my questions and made me feel completely at ease. The new GTX ended up being twice as good as I could have ever envisioned!Matt MooreProduct Designer, MM
I'm wondering why I never contacted these guys sooner! Seriously, they all have commendable talent in their respective fields and knocked mystery up concept out of the ballpark. Thanks for an amazing experience!Carlos RobsonCo founder, Eternal Graffiti
These machines are not the most expensive on the market, which is why they were perfect for me. The fact that Hirsch offers two separate classes of Direct-to-Garment machines shows that they are at the top of this industry.Debbie WeidrickCreative Director, Five Alive