NEW CAMM-1 Pro GR Series Vinyl Cutters

08 March 2017
Roland are pushing the boundaries of what you thought was possible to cut. The CAMM-1 GR series takes cutting productivity, precision and strength to the next level. Use as a stand-alone cutter or pair with your existing printer - it’s entirely your choice. But be sure, you can power up your business with the GR cutter series.
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The new ROLAND CAMM-1 GR series integrates with Roland software and print devices, as well as other manufacturers' software and printers. Featuring Roland’s famously precise and reliable CAMM-1 technology, GR cutters far exceed the needs of today’s graphics professionals with outstanding media versatility, speed, accuracy, and state-of-the-art cutting features.
Choice of widths
GR-640 (Max. media width 1802mm)
GR-540 (Max. media width 1548mm)
GR-420 (Max. media width 1224mm)
Newly designed cutting carriage
Up to 600g of downforce for enhanced media compatibility.
Cutting speed
10 mm/s - 1,050 mm/s (in increments of 10 mm/s)
LED status lampInstantly check job status from a distance..
Digital encoder for variable blade height controlEnsures maximum throughput and reduces the risk of substrate damage.
Dual position cutting carriageFor standard and perforated cutting.
Optical registration systemFor accurate contour cutting of printed graphics.
TrayConvenient storage of blades, blade holders and other small items.
New electronic pinch rollers10 settings at the touch of a button to feed media with just the right amount of pressure.
L-shaped designRobust integrated stand and media holder increase stability and minimise vibration.
Media basketKeeps media clean and contained, even with lengthy cuts. Comes as standard.
An unrivalled choice of media optionsWith its impressive cutting power and variable pinch roller pressure, the GR is compatible with a huge range of media. Cut sign vinyl, reflective film, sandblast masking, window tint, flock, foil, laminated graphics and much more. Plus, cut and crease cardboard for realistic packaging prototypes. The GR is certainly up for the challenge.
Advanced new Roland CutStudio softwareDesigned to integrate easily into any workflow, the GR features both USB and Ethernet connectivity and runs from a wide range of software packages.

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