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Two new products to the Gunner range of CNC vinyl cutters and plotters

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From early August 2020, the range of Gunner high performance vinyl cutters is being extended with two new digital cutting – a medium format plotting flatbed XY cutter and a roll fed machine. These will be made available in the UK and EU exclusively through sole distribution agent David Coleman & Associates.

The roll fed high performance Gunner GR 8000-180 is ideal for use with products for the automotive aftermarket sector, and capable of processing window tinting, reflective sheeting, paint protective film, interior protection film, vehicle wrap, card paper, self-adhesive vinyl, sandblast resistant rubber and Amberlith and Rubylith.

The GR 8000-180 has a roll fed vinyl cutter with reflective sheeting cutting capability, with a maximum contour cutting width of 1630 mm (non-contour cutting) and 1520 mm (contour cutting) and a maximum mountable media width of 1780 mm. Free from any static electricity, it has a reliable long length tracking, can cut small text strings accurately and has compatibility with Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw and AutoCAD.

The Gunner GR 1325F is a CNC flatbed vinyl cutter dedicated to cutting various reflective sheeting, as well as contour cutting of graphics without a cutting die, enabling faster, quality cutting, providing more stability and reduced manual work and costs.

The GR 1325F is ideal for traffic signs, fleet and safety signs, paint protection, window tinting, vehicle wrapping and the ability to cut and plot any patterns designed with CAD/CAM software, such as reflective vinyl for chevron kits used for vehicle applications.

The GR 1325F has a maximum contour cutting width of 1350 x 2500 mm (non-contour cutting) and 1240 x 2480 mm (contour cutting) and can handle material with a thickness of 1.5 mm together with a maximum cutting speed of 600 mm per second.

Installation and servicing of the new machines is being handled by The Dennison Group, a leading technical support provider to the printing industry over the past 25 years, with its network of specialist service engineers and manufacturer trained field based technicians.

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