Roland DGA introduced the monoFab series, which includes the company’s first 3D printer, the ARM-10, and a compact 3D subtractive milling machine, the SRM-20. The ARM-10 3D printer is optimized for validating a design in the initial stages of prototyping or modeling a complex shape. It incorporates a digital light processing (DLP) layered projection system to build models by sequentially curing layers of resin from a resin tray. The suspended build system minimizes resin usage and simultaneous production of multiple objects reduces modeling time. Included monoFab Player AM software supports printing from STL files and features automatic functions to fill in gaps in 3D data and to simplify meshes.
The SRM-20 desktop mill features a new milling spindle, independent collect, and subtractive rapid prototyping technologies. It can mill a variety of non-proprietary materials used for prototyping including acrylic, ABS, wood, and modeling wax. An interlocked cover presents dust from escaping during milling for a clean environment.
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