Roland Releases Large-Format Cutter Series

GR series offers three sizes.

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Roland has expanded its large-format cutter offerings with the release of the Camm-1 GR series. Available in 42-, 54-, and 64-in. widths, the GR series is engineered to cut at speeds up to 58.5 in./sec. Roland reports the cutters feature an L-shaped integrated machine and stand design for stability, a tangential emulation function for corner cutting, a built-in media basket, and more. A dual-position tool carriage allows users to switch between functions such as kiss-cutting and perforation, while a media feeding system features electronically adjustable pinch rollers, enabling the pressure to be adjusted to 10 preset levels. The cutter also offers overlap cutting up to 10 times for difficult substrates. Finally, the machine can read crop marks and can be paired with a range of large-format printers.

Roland CutStudio software, which offers functions such as perforating cutting, cut-by-color, and automatic creation of weed lines, is included.

Applications include signmaking, window and vehicle graphics, packaging prototypes, and more.

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