The GS-24 CAMM 1 Series Vinyl Cutter is Roland’s latest model in desktop vinyl cutting. With a redesigned carriage and blade holder, the GS-24 has improved stability and ability to cut thicker and more difficult to cut substrates. In addition to Roland’s legendary reliability, the GS-24 offers overlap cutting and precision contour cutting.
Roland cutters have had a major impact in the decorated apparel, signage and graphics industry and the GS-24 continues to lead the way with its combined versatility, affordability and reliability in the professional cutting market. Many sign makers and digital printers rely on their Roland devices as the core of their business. Roland remains committed to developing technologies that extend their capabilities and the value of your investment.
The new feature of overlap cutting gives the ability to recut thick material up to 10 times for a thorough and complete cut. This allows you to create perfect results with thick and dense materials such as magnetics or card stock. Half or perforated cutting also adds to the vast capabilities of services you will be able to provide with the GS-24.
The Roland GS-24 is a professional cutting tool for vinyl signs, wall art, apparel decoration, vehicle graphics, window tinting, labels, stencils, pinstriping applications and much more. Cut a variety of materials including paint mask, window film, twill, heat transfers and sandblast.
The new LCD Control Panel of the GS-24 places frequently used settings such as blade force, cutting speed and origin point at your fingertips. It stores cutting conditions for up to eight pre-set jobs, including cutting speed, blade offset, blade force, tool movement speed during tool-up and cutting mode.
The GS-24 includes an optical registration system that automatically recognizes printer crop marks to create a powerful and cost-effective print and cut solution. Use your existing printer to create professional graphics and the GS-24 cutter to contour cut decals, labels, vehicle wraps and even heat transfers for garments.
The perfect tool for cutting a wide range of colorfast heat-applied materials for personalizing jerseys, caps, gym bags and jackets using heat-applied materials like flock, reflective, neon, glitter and twill.
Pair your GS-24 with a digital printer to contour cut printed labels and decals. Roland's optical registration system makes contour cutting easy and precise on full color pre-printed graphics.
From 2 inches to 27 1/2 inches wide, the GS-24 accepts a wide range of materials. It cuts vinyl, paint mask, reflective vinyls, twill, heat transfer, sandblast materials, urethane paint protection films and more. Decorate a window, a wall or an entire restaurant. Roland cutters provide the precision you need to handle large jobs with ease.
The Roland GS vinyl cutter uses digital servo motors to achieve maximum accuracy and cutting speeds up to 20 inches per second. The professional-grade cutter also features a curve-smoothing function that allows precise cutting even at high speeds. The result is faster production and better looking graphics.
With front and rear loading, you can feed media backward for a specified page distance, then cut and feed the media forward.
GS-24 vinyl cutters include Roland CutStudio design software. CutStudio lets designers quickly and easily enlarge, reduce, re-position, rotate and mirror images. BMP, JPG, STX, AI, and EPS file formats are all supported.The GS series works with the latest version of Flexi! Plugins for Adobe Illustrator (Mac and PC) and Corel Draw (PC) are also included.
Please Note: Customer must have Adobe® Illustrator® in order to run the plugin that drives the cutter from a MAC.
Roland cutters have earned worldwide reputation for reliable performance and outstanding results. Today, like all Roland products, they come with an international ISO certification. This signals Roland’s commitment to offering top quality products backed up with first-rate customer service and a wide variety of supplies and accessories.Over the past 17 years, Roland has sold more than a quarter million vinyl cutters worldwide. Most of them are still in production today. Modern Image of San Diego, CA still uses a Roland vinyl cutter that it purchased more than a decade ago. "It runs all day, everyday and has never needed a single repair,” said Enrico DelMar, Modern Image president. “Today, we have seven Roland’s lined up and cranking out awesome vehicle graphics."