Power and Precision
Equipped with the industry’s most powerful cutting motors , the GX-640 is ideal for long, uninterrupted production runs and years of reliable service for your business. In fact, GX-640 servo motors are the same motors that drive Roland’s flagship VS-640 printer/cutter. For optimum precision, the GX-640 features a curve-smoothing function that ensures accurate cutting at the highest production speeds.
Your Choice of Materials
From two to 72 inches wide, the GX-640 handles any media that comes your way from vinyl to paint mask, reflective vinyls, twill, heat transfer and sand blast material. A redesigned grit roller system allows the heaviest rolls to be loaded and cut. Up to six additional pinch roll assemblies can be installed for the highest performance.
Roland CutStudio software makes it easy to draw and edit circles and curves, position text on lines, and import files in a wide range of formats from popular design packages. The software includes a Windows printer driver, Windows plug-ins for Adobe Illustrator and CorelDRAW, and Mac Plug-ins for Adobe Illustrator. The result is a seamless, user-friendly operating environment.
Supported by VersaWorks
The GX-640 is fully integrated with Roland VersaWorks RIP software, included with every Roland inkjet device. As a result, Roland printer owners can pair their VersaArt and SOLJET XJ printers with the GX-640 to contour cut pre-printed graphics for signs, banners, t-shirt heat transfers, POP, vehicle wraps, labels and decals. The GX-640 features revolutionary Roland Quadralign™ technology that precisely reads crop marks on pre-printed data and aligns the graphic for perfect contour cutting. VersaWorks can be used to operate up to four Roland inkjets or cutters simultaneously.
The front panel on the GX-640 includes buttons for frequently used settings such as blade force, cutting speed and origin point. It stores cutting conditions for up to eight pre-set jobs, including cutting speed, blade offset, blade force and tool movement speed during tool-up and cutting modes.