Blades for Roland Plotters - Edward Mathias & Co

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Blades for Roland Plotters

Blades
Images shown are for identification only - they are not to scale.
Most customers now use Smart Knives but for those who particularly want them and for resellers we still make "ordinary" blades.
These blades can be used in the "standard" blade holders usually supplied with Roland machines when new.
(The type that hold the blade magnetically)
They can also be used in GCC Signpal and some other machines which also use "magnetic" blade holders.
If you are unsure about which type/s you need you are welcome to call us on 01928 739799 or email: info@edwardmathias.com
R10V
Offset 0.25mm



£12.00
+ delivery & VAT

For cutting most common materials up to about 200 microns.

When used in the "standard" blade holder supplied with Roland machines this replaces the "standard" blade.

For Roland printer/plotters consider using Smart Knife type RSK500VP
Reserved for future use
R20F
Offset 0.5mm



£13.00
+ delivery & VAT

More suitable than R10V blades for cutting flock, glitter, foils, some reflectives and some thicker materials.

For ease of use consider using Smart Knife type MSK500F
Reserved for future use
R20R
Offset 0.5mm



£14.00
+ delivery & VAT

Very fine and very fragile blade for cutting thick but not tough materials up to about 1.0mm.

Sometimes used by stonemasons for cutting thick but soft sandblast mask
(Like some Anchor Tapes)

For ease of use consider using Smart Knife types MSK750F or MSK750R
Reserved for future use
Remember to set the correct cutter offset for whichever type you use.

We advise you read:-
We also make "specials" for cutting unusual materials.
To show them here is more likely to be confusing than constructive.
If you need to solve a cutting problem you are welcome to call us.
We can usually help.
ROLAND PRINTER/PLOTTERS
Vinyl Guides/Clamps can lift and damage the blade as it passes over the guide.
Always remember to remove the guides/clamps when cutting.
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