Roland DGA Introduces New VersaSTUDIO GS2-24 Desktop Vinyl Cutter

Latest Addition to Roland DG’s VersaSTUDIO Family Offers Increased Cutting Speed, Power, and Precision

Irvine, Calif. – Roland DGA Corporation, a leading provider of wide-format inkjet printers, printer/cutters, vinyl cutters, and other advanced digital devices, has announced the newest addition to Roland DG’s VersaSTUDIO series of desktop devices – the compact and powerful GS2-24 vinyl cutter.

VersaSTUDIO’s twenty-year history of innovation and industry experience in vinyl cutter manufacturing means that the new VersaSTUDIO G2-24-24 offers the best combination of media compatibility and precision at an affordable price. The GS2 Roland DG cutter is the first to be released under the VersaSTUDIO branding. This professional cutting tool offers superior performance over other products on the market.

The GS2 increases productivity and cutting power by allowing for a higher cutting pressure up to 500 gf, and a cutting speed of 850 mm per sec. It’s capable of cutting a wide variety of materials – ranging from thin heat transfer sheets and window films to thick paper and rubber sheets for sandblasting, as well as commonly used vinyl sheets – quickly and accurately. The GS2’s small footprint allows it to be easily placed on a desktop. Users can also use the stand included to free up space on their desk.

The GS2 combines remarkable functionality and versatility with the legendary Roland DG durability, dependability and dependability. It is unbeatable in many different applications including sports apparel, T shirt customization, vehicle graphics, office displays, outdoor signage, indoor and exterior advertisements, signs, vehicle graphics, and other display applications. You can easily produce labels and stickers using images or photos printed with commercial inkjets. The GS2 automatically reads the four crop marks printed on the material and cuts along the designated cut line. This allows for fast and precise finishing of complex stickers that are difficult to make by hand.

Roland DG CutStudio design program is included. It makes it easy to create cut data, such as text, simple shapes and illustrations. This powerful and user-friendly software makes it easy to extract outlines from image data. The GS2 also comes with dedicated plug-in software for outputting directly from Adobe® Illustrator® and CorelDRAW®, which are both widely used in the design field.

Users will also appreciate the GS2’s compatibility with Roland DG Connect, a cloud-based app that optimizes customer satisfaction and success by providing a more powerful operating environment, improved workflow, and increased business insights, while benefiting people with different skills, goals, and requirements. Roland DG Connect includes a dashboard function, which allows users to see product availability and performance in an easily-understand way.

“The compact size, ease of use, and affordability of our VersaSTUDIO Series offerings, including the new GS2-24 vinyl cutter, make these devices ideal for anyone who wants to launch a new business, grow a current business, or work from home,” said Roland DGA’s Product Manager of Digital Print, Daniel Valade. “Like our recently introduced VersaSTUDIO BN-20A desktop printer/cutter, the GS2-24 vinyl cutter is a solution that fits in perfectly with today’s growing interest in digital technologies and diversification of work styles.”

Roland DGA’s Small Business Segment Manager, Angelyn Cubacub, points out that the company’s VersaSTUDIO family is continuously growing, offering entrepreneurs seeking to start up home-based online businesses a range of innovative desktop machines to choose from. “The next-generation GS2 cutter complements other state-of-the-art products like the BN-20 printer/cutter and BT-12 direct-to-garment printer, within this series,” she noted. “Whatever your specific needs may be, we offer a value-packed, simple-to-operate VersaSTUDIO device to help you build your business.”

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