- Overlap Cutting (up to 10x), for cutting thicker media like magnetic materials and card stock.
- Perforated cutting function makes it easy to create labels and decals ready for individual sale.
- Efficiently cuts up to 500mm per second, providing maximum productivity.
- Perfect for cutting vinyl, paint mask, reflective vinyl, twill, heat transfers, sandblast material and more.
- Roland CutStudio™ (included) allows you to cut TrueType® fonts without the need for outlining and vectorisation tool generates cut lines from any JPEG or Bitmap image.
- Backed by the industry's most comprehensive service & support
With a newly-designed LCD panel, precise blade groove on its apron for easy manual cutting, and an included roller base that keeps feeds straight, we made sure the GS-24 is as easy to use as it is technologically-advanced.
It’s All Material.
The GS-24 leverages its completely re-designed cutting carriage and blade holder, accepting a wide range of materials (50 to 700mm wide). Vinyls. Paint mask. Twill. Heat transfer. Sandblast material. The GS-24 does it all.
Small Designs. Big Results.
Blade offset values can be adjusted manually—which means that even the smallest, most intricate designs will be cut flawlessly on a multitude of materials.
Measure once. Cut 10-times.
The GS-24 features state-of-the-art Overlap cutting (up to 10-times), half or perforated cutting, and the ability to cut by line color. Now, complicated workflows are easier than ever.
Strength comes from within.
GS-24 flexes its muscles with up to 350 grams of force (a 40% increase) - making cutting and weeding thick substrates like magnetic materials a piece of cake.
Crop Mark Recognition.
With included optical registration system, the GS-24 recognises desktop printer crop marks, perfectly aligning the media to create, precise cuts each and every time.
Speed That’s Spot On.
Thanks to a highly-innovative digital servomotor, the GS-24 can cut up to 500mm per second. But speed without accuracy doesn’t mean anything. That’s where our curve-smoothing function comes in—precisely cutting at the highest speeds to optimise productivity and efficiency.