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GraffixPro Studio software for Brother GT Garment Printers
23
Oct '12
Brother International Corporation announces that it is offering new, easy-to-use T-Shirt Design software to work in conjunction with its digital garment printers. 

GraffixPro Studio Software is designed to help enhance creativity and maximize profitability by allowing users to easily make t-shirt artwork more complex through the use of advanced design features, such as strokes, drop shadows, and text gradation. 

“We are pleased to offer such intuitive and easy to use software as GraffixPro Studio to our GT users,” says Dean Shulman, Senior Vice President of Brother International Corporation and head of the company’s Home Appliance and Industrial Products divisions. 
 
“This new software, which was designed specifically for Brother GT Garment Printers, will provide Brother GT users with the ability to quickly take basic artwork and create challenging and aesthetically pleasing designs that would potentially be cost-prohibitive to screen print. 
 
The GraffixPro Studio software will help enable our garment printer customers to offer a high quality product to their clients and help give them an edge over screen printed prices.”
 
The GraffixPro Studio software features over 25 fonts and over 300 images and elements and a library of garment templates. In three easy steps, the software allows Brother GT Printer users to quickly create a personalized design, view it on a garment template, and send it to the printer. 
 
In just mere minutes, the user can create a custom design, without the learning curve that often comes along with complicated graphics software or photo editing programs. 
 
The GraffixPro Studio software also provides features to help users maximize their profitability. These include a unique quote generator feature to quickly create custom quotes including the customized artwork, business contact information and the purchasing information as well as pricing information; once a quote is generated, the software will allow it to be printed out or saved as a file that can be electronically transmitted. A watermark feature allows GraffixPro Studio™ software users to easily create a watermark and apply it to designs prior to issuing a quote, protecting their unique artwork.
 
 

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