Introducing the CAMM-1 GS-24 Desktop Cutter

Sydney, Australia, January 13, 2015 - Roland DG Corporation, a leading worldwide manufacturer of large-format inkjet printers, printer/cutters, vinyl cutters, and other advanced digital devices, has introduced its most advanced desktop cutter ever, the new CAMM-1 GS-24, offering increased cutting power and precision, a host of high-performance features, and unsurpassed reliability.

The GS-24's robust build quality, redesigned cutting carriage and blade holder, 10x overlap cutting capability, and 350g of downforce (a 40 percent increase from its predecessor) allow users to cut a variety of materials from 50 to 700 mm wide - including thick, dense substrates - with ease and accuracy. Equipped with a powerful, durable digital servomotor, the GS-24 is built for optimum efficiency, versatility and productivity. It's capable of cutting vinyl, paint mask, twill, heat transfers - even magnetic materials and card stock - at speeds of up to 500 mm per second. With its combined power, speed and accuracy, the GS-24 is an unbeatable tool for creating high quality vehicle graphics, signs and decals, decorated apparel, specialty graphics and more. Perforated cutting capability also makes producing labels and decals for individual sale a simple task.

While the GS-24 incorporates state-of-the-art technologies, it is incredibly user-friendly. A newly-designed LCD panel allows for convenient monitoring and control, while a precise blade groove on the cutter's apron ensures easy manual cutting. There's also an included roller base that keeps feeds straight for a precise cut each and every time. The bundled Roland CutStudio™ software lets you enlarge, reduce, reposition, rotate and mirror images quickly and easily. An improved tiling function makes cutting oversized images a breeze, and you can even cut TrueType fonts without the need for outlining. CutStudio™ supports BMP, JPG, STX, AL and EPS file formats, as well as the ability to cut directly from Adobe Illustrator or CorelDRAW.

"Since Roland released the first CAMM-1 cutter in 1988, more than 420,000 cutters have been sold around the world", said John Wall, Roland DG Australia President & Director. "Continuous research, innovation and an in-depth understanding of the needs and wants of the market have led to the development of our new GS-24 - the most productive, easy to use desktop cutter in CAMM-1 history. Users, even those who are not familiar with digital cutting, will find it simple to achieve outstanding results with the GS-24 over a wide range of applications."

To learn more about the new CAMM-1 GS-24 desktop cutter, visit or call Roland DG on 1800 500 119.