GSplus Plotter Series

GSplus Plotter Series

The GSplus series is the Gerber family of highly accurate stepper motor sprocket plotters that use 15" (GS15 and GSx) or 30" (GS750) perforated materials. These open-architecture workhorses feature KMS – Knife Mode Switching™ technology, for optimal cutting of all Gerber Materials as well as many others. GS plotters are simple to learn and operate, and define the term “unattended-operation”. Includes accessory kit, knife tool holder and blade, pen, and material roll holder.

Features & Benefits

  • Multi-size platforms 
    Accommodates individual sign shop needs
  • Patented punch pattern
    Provides superior accuracy which reduces material shifting, cut time and waste due to cut errors. Enables ultra long unattended runs
  • Easy material loading
    Load material onto the sprocket wheels for quick, accurate and unattended material feed
  • Weight dial control
    Quick, easy and consistent knife pressure adjustments
  • EDGE READY™
    Fully compatible with Gerber OMEGA™ design software and Gerber EDGE® series printed graphics
  • Open architecture
    Compatible with leading design and cut software
  • Intuitive user interface
    Short learning curve and user intuitive
  • Multiple functionality
    Cutting, pen plotting and pouncing
  • Carbide knife blades
    Razor sharp and long lasting
  • Multiple blade types
    Capable of cutting a wide variety of materials with variable thickness. From standard vinyls to sandblast stencil

Why not bundle the GSplus plotter with a Gerber Edge for the perfect print & cut solution!

"Aviation Graphix have a long standing relationship with Spectrum Digital Services who provide our business with unrivaled support. On a few occasions we have needed immediate support to get our systems up and running and Spectrum have always reacted to support us. We operate the Gerber Edge systems and have found this to be largely reliable and efficient. We would fully endorse the use of both the Gerber Edge and indeed Spectrum Digital Services"

Andy Legge, Director at Aviation Graphix Ltd