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There are two main things you need in large production runs: speed and repeatability. This machine has a good maximum cutting speed of 35-inches/s, which is more than enough for home business applications. An automatic paneling feature takes he repeatability to a whole new level. It allows the machine to separate multiple long jobs into smaller blocks and cut them individually. This feature highly improves accuracy and media tracking. See More
This machine features the highest maximum cutting speed among professional vinyl cutters. It can cut at the speed of 60 inches per second. This is almost twice the speed competitors (Graphtec, Roland, or USCutter) can offer. Due to its very fast cutting speed, this machine is perfectly suitable for large volume production runs. See More
The GreatCut 3 is only capable of receiving design files from either Adobe Illustrator or CorelDraw. There are two main reasons why this may be problematic. First, both of the programs are quite expensive. Second, the transition to either of those programs can be time-consuming if you already have a massive design library in any other design software. See More
This is one of the most expensive 24” vinyl cutters available, being priced at $2090. On top of that, your expenses will not stop there as the machine, by default, comes without a stand. The problem is that this 60 inches/s machine is useless without it (as you will not be able to cut long vinyl rolls). Getting the stand will add another $400 to your expenses. See More