FREE
SHIPPING*

MENU

Vinyl Cutters

The small vinyl cutters resemble desktop printers. Computers control the movement of a sharp blade over the surface of material much like printers do with nozzles. It is used for cutting shapes and letters out of thin sheets of self-adhesive plastic (vinyl). Vinyl can then be adhered to a multitude of surfaces depending on the adhesive and type of material.

With this machine, you can produce more accurate art signs, crafts, and designs within a short period of time; it is capable of handling a variety of craft-cutting tasks effectively and transforming your workflow.

Cool Things You Can Do With Vinyl Cutters

Signboards Cup Decals Motif Designs For Your Home Educational Charts Make 3D Objects
Stencils Greeting Cards Laptop Decals Car Decals Decorations
Clothing Designs Window Tint Patterns Mailbox Numbers Wine Glass Decals Electronic Circuits
Gift-wrapping Wall Murals Labels Candle Decals Transfers

Key Business Uses Of A Vinyl Cutter

  • Decal designers
  • Signage businesses
  • Home decor businesses
  • Custom apparel brands
  • Vehicle sticker brands and modders
  • Home craft designers

Roland DG leads the industry in vinyl contour cutting technology. Our Roland Vinyl Cutters enable sign and graphics professionals to create signs, vehicle decals, stickers, heat transfer apparel and more. Picture Perfect Products also stocks Silhouette Vinyl Cutters, which are equally impressive.

Vinyl Cutter FAQs

What’s the difference between a vinyl cutter and a vinyl plotter?

All vinyl cutters are plotters, but not all plotters are cutters. Vinyl cutters use knives instead of pens on regular plotters, which is what makes them different from vinyl cutters. In vinyl cutters, the vinyl paper is cut instead of printed, so it is either printed before going through the vinyl cutter or retained as it is before printing.

What is the maximum thickness of material the vinyl cutter can cut?

Although the vinyl cutter’s blade extends to a maximum of 1mm, the thickness of the material shouldn’t be attempted to be cut using this blade. Too dense (i.e. thin metal), too abrasive (sandpaper), and too fibrous (felt) materials may damage the blade, and therefore are not recommended. The vinyl cutter is not capable of cutting foam.