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Hirsch Solutions Offers GraffixPro Studio DTG Design Software
« on: September 15, 2018, 03:29:28 PM »
Ramp up your creativity and outpace the competition with GraffixPro Studio - simplified design and layout software for Brother direct-to-garment printers. The new personalization program, available from Hirsch Solutions, has everything you need to make unique, fully personalized T-shirt designs in minutes.

GPS includes an artwork/image library with more than 300 images/elements from two Action Illustrated catalogs and a built-in collection of 40-plus text fonts, along with the ability to import your own. Tools such as distress masks, drop shadows, gradient text and more make it easy to turn basic images into intricate designs without complicated graphics software or photo-editing programs.

In addition, a variable data feature lets you build sales by enabling you to create hundreds of versions of a single design by importing custom data for efficient, profitable personalization. Plus, a simple interface enables you to achieve an exact color match to any design element for color replacement.

Production and business management tools include inventory and order tracking, as well as other workflow solutions. GPS also provides the ability to scan a bar code to instantly retrieve a customer’s design and send it to print, streamlining throughput and reducing error potential.

Designed specifically for Brother DTG printers, GPS provides an efficient way to reproduce complex artistic designs with enhanced personalization to expand your machine’s standard capabilities and its contribution to your business.

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For more information, contact Hirsch at (800) 394-4426; email: [email protected]; or go to
Hirsch is a national distributor of Brother digital direct-to-garment equipment, Tajima embroidery equipment, Pulse embroidery and automation software, MHM screen printing presses, Kornit digital direct-to-garment printers, and Seit textile lasers.