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Ryonet to distribute Brother's digital garment printers
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Sep '12
Brother International Corporation announces that Ryonet Corporation, a nationwide distributor of quality screen printing supplies, screen printing equipment, and screen printing training based in Vancouver, WA, has been named as the first authorized national distributor of the new Brother GraffiTee Series of digital garment printers.

To introduce its customers to the new Brother machine, Ryonet held an open house July 26 at its headquarters to demonstrate the new GraffiTee digital printer.

“We are proud to announce our partnership with Ryonet as the first nationwide distributor of our new Brother GraffiTee Series of digital garment printers,” said Peter Holland, Senior Director of the Industrial Products Division at Brother.  “Ryonet has built an excellent representation across the entire U.S., especially among small print shops, and has maintained a high profile with its attendance at almost every trade show. We believe that our GraffiTee series customers will benefit from Ryonet’s elite training program and its well-organized supply chain.”

“I can’t tell you how excited our company is to have the opportunity to promote and sell the Brother GraffiTee line of digital garment printers,” said Ryan Moor, CEO of Ryonet. “Brother has the high quality, excellent reputation, and proven success in our industry. We cater to all different types of customers in the screen print industry and many of them will be attracted to the Brother GraffiTee Series.

“We found that the GraffiTee Series garment printers are great for high color full-detail work, small run production, retail settings, and it will nicely accent any screen printing operation. It is also a perfect solution for our customers who have websites and need to print full color art on demand. We’re pleased to align ourselves with the high caliber of machine and company that Brother brings to the table. It’s a game changer for Ryonet Digital.”

The new GraffiTee Series of digital tee shirt printers consists of an initial lineup of three modular models allowing buyers to upgrade as their business grows. This series of three machines offers a CMYK-only printer (GT-341), a CMYK with two  white print heads (GT-361), and a CMYK with four white print heads (GT-381) for higher speed and performance.

Additional advanced features include:

  • Up to 1200 dpi, allowing photographic quality printing
  • Up to eight print heads for faster throughput
  • One pass printing with both CMYK and white ink printing simultaneously for higher productivity
  • USB memory stick compatibility to load designs without a computer

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