Digital Die Cutters
There are many systems that can cut labels, but only the Gerber Systems have sprocketed “print-to-cut” registration.
The sprockets on the printer and cutter assure the operator excellent alignment (registration) of the die cut to the printed material... all the way down the roll.
And you only have to align one bullseye mark at the beginning of the run.
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Amazingly fast at making short work of your label work.
The GS15 is our midline digital die cutter.
This cost effective plotter can handle most constructions.
To put things in the right context in layman's terms, die cutting is usually done with a die that resembles a cookie cutter. They are expensive to buy for short run jobs. And there is nothing "digital" about them.
A "Digital Die Cutter" is run from a computer. Any shape can be sent from the computer to the cutter. Digital dies can be instantly changed, because a digital die is just a file. In a nut shell, it means you can assign a cut to any shape you create. If you have been to a sign shop in the past 10 years, vinyl lettering is cut with plotters (digital die cutters).
By simply lining up the media, adjusting the depth of the blade, and clicking the “cut” button, you can cut a whole roll of labels, decals and other markings. And get this... Sprockets mean no babysitting. The material will not run off track, even if you laminate with a heavy protective laminate.
Because of the print and cut registration, it is very easy to digitally die cut the shapes you want accurately and easily. If there any changes to the shape you need, simply print and cut until you are happy with the result.
No more additional costs!