Small businesses or entrepreneurs that need to prototype working models to a high specification for verification and approval processing may be interested in a set of machines created by Roland that form the company’s monoFab Prototyping Solution.
The first is a Stereolithography SLA resin 3D printer in the form of the Roland ARM-10 which is priced at $5,995 and uses ultra-violet (UV) Digital Light Projector (DLP) to produce high resolution 3D prints.
The Roland ARM-10 3D printer is capable of printing at a resolution of 0.2mm in the XY plane and 0.01mm in the Z axis and uses UV light to cure resin creating the finished 3D print. Offering a print volume of 130 x 70 x 70mm in size, Roland explains:
“With Roland’s first 3D printer, the ARM-10, you will be able to rapidly fabricate highly detailed 3D objects, that are impossible to create with ordinary subtractive manufacturing, on a desktop sized machine. Simply put your 3D design into the included software, start the print and then come back to your finished creation is just a short while.”
Roland also offers a desktop milling machine in the form of the Roland SRM-20 that is available to purchase for $4,995 and provides a machine that is capable of milling light materials, including “Modeling Wax, Chemical Wood, Foam, Acrylic, Poly acetate, ABS, PC board” at up to 7,000 rpm.
For more information on the desktop prototyping machines jump over to the Roland website for details via the link below.
Source: Fabbaloo : RolandFiled Under: Hardware, Top News