i want to know all the cutting plotters in the world, could you please list the brand of that you know here ?
Summa S-Series Tangential is the best. Hands down. Anything Mimaki, Roland, or graphtech has can't even come close.Take a look at "www.summa.be". They are for me the greatest of the world!
Actually, there are 3 models in the "Expert" line. The Expert 24 has a stepper motor, no optical eye for contour cutting, and no LCD display.The GCC Expert series is a good moderately priced cutter.
Two models with or without the ability to do contour cutting.
Google Summa USA. If you are just doing t-shirts, then the Summa S-Series is overkill. A Roland GX24 will be a real good starter for you. The Roland Cutstudio software makes contour cutting a breeze. You can cut vinyl with it too.Those Summa cutters look nice, is there a USA distributor?
then why post a thread asking our opinion about our views on vinyl cutters if you've already dismissed the best brand because it's 'too expensive?"thanks for your reply, yes, Roland is good, but it is too expensive.
maybe you can advance other brands with good quality and low price, haha
you are delusional. nobody comes close to roland......period.But if you want the best, Summa S-Series Tangential... Hands down.
GCC are vinyl cutters that have been mentioned and recommended already here.What is GCC? I'm newbie here.
You keep telling yourself that son. When it comes to straight out cutting... Even the Roland Pro models (gx300 and above) are toys compared to Graphtec and especially Summa S Series. Any sign pro knows this.you are delusional. nobody comes close to roland......period.
I didn't notice this until you pointed it out!I think the OP sells cutters themselves and were looking for a roundabout way to get people to self-promote for them. But it turned out nobody uses their products. If you look at some of their other posts it's cute how they say "I use" and "I just bought" even though their username gives away who they really are.