One of the most versatile uses of a Brother GTX digital direct-to-garment printer is for decorating shoes. Combined with the optional shoe platen and the Acculine Camera System, it’s easy to do and production friendly. Because the GTX has a large head print-to-substrate gap, it’s possible to print over seams, zippers and even shoe eyelets.
Recently, Brother DTG created a dedicated page on its website with videos and step-by-step tutorials demonstrating exactly how to print on shoes. It covers the process including masking, pretreatment, preparing the platen, loading, positioning, settings and finally curing.
To view this page, go to www.BrotherDTG.com/shoes