More cutting edge equipment from Roland DG


Roland DG Australia, a leading provider of wide-format inkjet printers and printer/cutters, has recently introduced the VersaCUT line of print trimmers engineered specifically for production graphics shops.

Available in both manual and crank assisted models, the VersaCUT trimmers allow sign, screen and print-for-pay shops to trim finished prints with ease and accuracy.

"The VersaCUT trimmers are affordable and designed with features that significantly reduce errors and make the trimming process easier for both flexible and rigid graphics," says John Wall, Sales & Marketing Manager at Roland DG Australia.

"The VersaCUT CR models are the industry's only products that bridge the gap between hand units and fully mechanised trimmers or expensive wall cutters."

The VersaCUT trimmers are available in manual or crank assisted versions.

The manual trimmers, designed to cut flexible or rigid substrates, are available in 1020mm (44"), 1730mm (68") and 2540mm (100") widths.

This model supports a wide range of media including vinyl, paper, Coroplast and foamboard and can cut Sintra™ in multiple passes. It transitions easily between substrates without the need for any adjustment or changes to setup.

VersaCUT CR crank assisted trimmers are designed to cut Sintra, Gatorfoam, Coroplast and other rigid substrates up to 12.7mm (1/2") thick without the complexity of a motorised unit and at a fraction of the cost.

They are offered in 1220mm (48") and 1830mm (72") sizes.

Roland DG
Ph: 1800 500 119

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