Brother DTG has launched the GTX – its next generation of digital direct-to-garment printers which promises faster, one-pass printing capabilities and a larger maximum print area. The new industrial print heads, which have been developed by Brother, contain 1680 nozzles per print head, allowing for prints at 1200 x 1200 dpi in a single pass. This result in mass-production level speeds and makes the GTX printer 2 to 3 times faster than the previous flagship model, the GT-381. The GTX’s maximum print area measures 40.64 x 53.34cm (16 x 21?) – the largest on any Brother DTG machine – and the new printer has a large print head-to-substrate gap, which allows printing on substrates up to 30 mm thick. This makes it easier than ever to print over seams, pockets, zippers etc, according to Brother.