Toyota’s latest brother printer is now the most profitable product line in Toyota’s history, boosting sales and profits, according to the company’s latest financial results.
The new Brother 3D printer, launched in March, has been sold more than 4 million units worldwide and generated $1.5 billion in sales.
It is also the most successful model since the Toyota Brother printer launched in 2005.
The latest figures from the company, released Monday, show that sales rose 1.5 percent in the third quarter.
It’s the highest quarterly increase since the first quarter of 2014, when Toyota sold a record 1.9 million Brother printers.
Sales rose 2.1 percent in 2017, with a total of 1.3 million Brother 3Ds in use.
The Brother 3d printing line is the latest effort by Toyota to introduce new products and services that are tailored to the needs of a growing consumer base.
It also includes a printer that lets you print items in 3D and is aimed at making a 3D model of your house or car.
In an effort to address customer demand, Toyota has built new features into its Brother printers, such as a flexible filament that can be easily folded and stored in a backpack or purse.
It also recently launched the “brother” version of its Brother 3 printer, which has a more compact design and features a better filament.
The company said its sales of Brother printers rose 7.2 percent year-over-year, while total revenue rose by 8.5 per cent.
It said it was pleased to see the increased sales of its brother printer, but declined to provide more details about what drove the increase.
Sales of Brother 3DM printers are growing faster than its Brother printer, the company said, with Brother 3DS printers making up more than 40 percent of the total revenue from Brother printers in the first three quarters.
It noted that the growth in Brother printers also came from increased demand for Brother printers among users who want to print a variety of 3D models, including vehicles, furniture, home decor and art.