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Roland DG launches CAMM-1 GR2-640/540 vinyl cutters with seamless print-then-cut workflow


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oland DG has announced the addition of the new GR2-640/540 64in and 54in vinyl cutters to its CAMM-1 series. The CAMM-1 series is capable of cutting almost any shape quickly and cleanly from a broad range of sheet and film materials, ranging from thin automotive window films and heat-transfer sheets to thick reflective sheets and sandblast masks. Applications include signs, automotive window film, vehicle wraps, sports apparel and more.


The newly announced GR2-640/540 provide an ideal balance between affordable pricing and superior cutting performance and are designed to integrate seamlessly with large-format inkjet printers. With a maximum cutting speed of 1,530mm/s, a maximum downforce of 600gf and smooth media


feeding, the GR2 series achieves the precision cutting quality and high-volume productivity required by professional users.


One of the most exciting features of the GR2 series is that it pairs smoothly with Roland DG’s large-format inkjet printers using the identical VersaWorks 6 RIP software for seamless print-then-cut production.


VersaWorks 6 Job Assistant function enables you to edit vector data in PDF and easily add contour lines to ensure the outlines of graphics are cut accurately, eliminating the need for users to switch back to Adobe Illustrator, CorelDRAW or other graphics software to complete production.


The GR2 series also features a multi- crop mark function for more accurate contour cutting of large quantities of printed material and cutting after


QPS now distributes ColorJet UV and soft signage printers


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uality Print Services has been appointed as the official UK distributor for ColorJet’s range of UV flatbed and soft signage printers. India-based ColorJet manufactures a range of high-quality digital textile and inkjet printers, with QPS to distribute five of ColorJet’s most advanced machines in the UK. ColorJet printers available from QPS will include the Verve LED, Verve Hybrid, Vulcan RTR, SoftJet Plus and SoftJet Grand models.


Binoj Antony, international business head at ColorJet India, said: “The partnership with QPS reiterates our strong focus on widening our presence across key markets by offering customers the ColorJet range of UV and soft signage products and supporting them with prompt and efficient service.


“We are confident that this association will be a major milestone for our expansion plans in the UK.”


lamination. It also includes the Roland DG AAS II plug-in software for pairing with other large-format inkjet printers. The GR2 series comes equipped with the powerful, best-in-class FlexiSign GR2-Edition software which is free for the first year upon registration. This software offers a complete suite to design and cut graphic files and seamlessly integrates with GR2 series cutters for a cut only or print-then-cut workflow.


Introducing the Tag Along Platen from Hotronix


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he newest addition to the Hotronix family, the Tag Along HP Platen allows users to heat apply two transfers at the same time, resulting in better efficiency and increased profits. This new, innovative platen saves businesses time with its easy-to- load method. Making it easier to load garments straight and line up transfers correctly. With the 40x38cm front print area, users can apply anything from a left chest print to a full front design. Simply load the garment onto the platen, place the neck label and full front transfer and apply with one fuse. Available from Target Transfers.


CAMM-1 GR2 series


Tag Along Platen


Vulcan | 20 | September 2021 www.printwearandpromotion.co.uk


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