GS-24 Specifications


Speed and Precision made easy

Model GS-24
Driving method Digital control servo motor
Cutting method Media-moving method
Acceptable media width 2 to 27.5 (50 to 700mm)
Maximum cutting area Width:22.9 (584mm) Length: 984 (25m)
Acceptable tool Special blade for CAMM-1 series
Cutting speed 10 – 500 mm/s (all directions)
Blade force 30 to 350gf
Mechanical resolution 0.000492 (0.0125mm)
Software resolution 0.000984 (0.025mm)
Distance accuracy(1) Error of less than +/- 0.2% of distance traveled, or +/- 0.004 (+/- 0.1mm), whichever is greater
Repetition accuracy (1)(2) +/- 0.004 (+/- 0.1mm) or less
Alignment accuracy for printing and cutting when loading printed material (1) (3) +/- 0.04 (+/- 1mm)
Interface USB 2.0 interface (compliant with Universal Serial Bus Specification Revision 1.1)
Re-plot memory 2 MByte
Instruction system CAMM-GL III
Power supply Dedicated AC adapter

Input: AC 100 to 240 V +/- 10% 50/60 Hz 1.7A

Output:DC 24V, 2.8A

Power consumption Approx. 30W (including AC adapter)
Acoustic noise level during operation 70 dB(A) or less (according to ISO 7779)
Acoustic noise level during standby 40 dB(A) or less (according to ISO 7779)
Dimensions 860 (W) x 319 (D) x 235 (H) mm (33.8 (W) x 12.5 (D) x 92.5 (H) in.)
Weight 35 lb. (16kg)
Packed dimensions 975 (W) x 450 (D) x 390 (H) mm (38 (W) x 17.7 (D) x 15.3 (H) in.)
Packed weight 39.7 lb. (18kg)
Environment Temperature: 5 to 40C (41 to 104F), humidity: 35 to 80 % (no-condensing)
Included items AC adapter, power cord, blade, blade holder, roller base, alignment tool, USB cable, Set Up guide

1) According to material and cutting conditions as specified by Roland DG Corp.
(2) Excluding material expansion and contraction.
Provided that media length is less than 118″ (3000mm)
(3) According to Roland DG Corp. measurement criteria:

  • Using the included software from Roland Corp.
  • Using a laser or ink-jet printer having a resolution of 720dpi or better.
  • Excluding glossy or laminated material
  • Excluding effects of printing distortion due to printer precision and effects of material expansion, contraction, or warping.
  • Depending on the ink (black) employed by the printer used, correct sensing may not be possible.