In 1971, the now renamed Brother Industries launched the world's first high-speed dot-matrix printer and soon started a line of electronic typewriters.
Brother Sewing Machine vs Singer Sewing MachineBy the early 1930s, it was the American made Singer Sewing Machine that dominated the Japanese sewing machine market and not locally made machines. Jitsuichi Yasui designed a new Brother Sewing Machine with an improved shuttle hook. In 1934, Japanese Singer sewing machine salesmen went on strike that allowed for an opening in the market. The organizer of the Singer strike, a crackerjack salesman named Tosaku Yamamoto, partners with the Yasui brothers to create Nippon Sewing Machine Manufacturing Co. “You make them, I’ll sell them,” he claimed referring the the Japanese made Brother Sewing Machine.