A major office machines company has unveiled a new office product designed to help businesses print corporate logos onto clothing garments.
Brother’s new GT-541 Print on Demand garment machine enables businesses to brand t-shirts and other clothing.
Shinji Tada, managing director of Brother, said: "We have created a revolutionary garment printer that will allow users to print directly from a PC or flash card, minus the setup intricacies and high costs of traditional screen printing machines.
"The entire printing and fusing process takes around a minute per garment; this pioneering product thus makes the printing of a few pieces of t-shirts per order economically viable."
Earlier this year, Brother launched a major environmental campaign in a bid to reduce the carbon emissions from its office machines.
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