Brother GTX Ink Bottles - 1.8L

Innobella textile inks for the Brother GTX Series direct to garment printers.

Print with greater vibrancy and a larger colour range than ever before! The newly developed Innobella Textile Inks used in the Brother GTX provide a 30% wider colour gamut making bolder, brighter colours more achievable and more accurate to reproduce. Innobella water-based pigment inks are also Oeko-Tex® certified and CPSIA compliant.

Brother's GTX inks have scored 4.0 or higher on AATCC wash tests, so you can feel comfortable that your GTX will be producing a durable garment that displays exceptional washability.

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Brother GTX Ink Bottles - 1.8L - Cyan
Cyan
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$560
1.8L

Cyan

GJS Code: 123350

Manuf. Code: BGCX40C002K0152

Shipping Weight: 2kg

Brother GTX Ink Bottles - 1.8L - Magenta
Magenta
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$560
1.8L
Brother GTX Ink Bottles - 1.8L - Yellow
Yellow
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$560
1.8L
Brother GTX Ink Bottles - 1.8L - Black
Black
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$560
1.8L

Why Choose GJS

Brother GTX Ink Bottles - 1.8L

Remote technical support

If you have a problem with a computer setting or issue with your artwork, the GJS Support Team can remotely connect to your PC or MAC through the internet to see what is going wrong. It means that any small issue can be resolved quickly without the need for an onsite call. Simply have the GJS Print Support utility downloaded on your computer.
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