Brother highlights software offering

Richard Stuart-Turner
Friday, June 3, 2022

Brother debuted a new software package for the direct-to-garment (DTG) sector at Fespa 2022.

Myze is QR code-based
Myze is QR code-based

Comprising several different types of software, Brother Myze covers all aspects of production “from the front-end kiosk solution, which can be personalised, through the backend to shipping”, according to Brother marketing manager Folker Stachetzki.

“It’s all QR code-based, so you can really follow your shirt and check your production, and you can take all modules or you can just pick the ones that you need and add others later on, which gives big flexibility.”

Myze will be officially available within the next two months.

Brother is also showing its GTX600 industrial DTG printer, which has had new features added, including a projector system which automatically projects the design to be printed onto its intended position, enabling the user to see the design as it will appear on the garment before printing, avoiding misprints.

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