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Graphtec GB reduces price of Lite-50 cutter

Graphtec GB reduces price of Lite-50 cutter

With an enticing value-for-money proposition, Graphtec GB has announced a huge reduction in the price of its CE series Lite-50 digital cutter.

Part of a new marketing initiative aimed at enabling wider access to enhanced price-performance cutting technology, the Lite-50 is now available at just £542.66. This represents a huge 22 per cent reduction in the original price of £695.00, yet provides owners with the same build quality, level of performance and warranty normally associated with more expensive machines.

Developed primarily for small- to medium-sized companies, the Lite-50 bridges the gap between the traditional craft/hobbies and higher-volume commercial sectors. The low price-performance ratio will appeal especially to entry-level operatives wishing to engage with digital cutting technology but without the burden of a sizeable financial outlay, given the current uncertain economic climate.

Key benefits that set the Lite-50 apart from any comparable cutting solution include a faster than normal 500mm/sec speed and the ability to handle media up to 508mm (20 inches) wide. Significantly, the Lite-50 also incorporates Graphtec’s latest Version 7 of the proprietary ARMS (Automatic Registration Mark Sensing) system for optimum media plotting and cutting accuracy. As part of the package, the cutter is also supplied with the latest Cutting Master 4 software that enables use of data created in Adobe Illustrator and CorelDRAW programs.

The CE Lite-50 will accommodate sheets of material (including heat transfer formats) in A4, A3, SRA3 and Super A3 sizes. Typical applications include sport and leisure clothing customisation, promotional products branding, glass decorative and vehicle graphics and self-adhesive vinyl-based signs and displays.

For further information on the CE Lite-50, visit www.graphtecgb.co.uk or telephone 01978 666700.

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