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Roland has been at tSquare3he forefront of 3D fabrication, delivering tens of thousands milling machines for a wide variety of applications, from subtractive rapid prototyping, rapid manufacturing, hobby, craft and jewellery making, to producing precision medical and dental prosthetics.

Roland desktop and bench-top milling machines enable engineers and designers to produce highly accurate, functional parts and snap-fit prototypes quickly and inexpensively from a wide range of materials and software. Rolands monoFab is a revolutionary new concept in desktop fabrication tools that combines the additive capabilities of 3D printing with the subtractive capabilities of milling, giving you even more 3D design choices to bring your imagination to life

Rapid Prototyping Made Easy

Many product designers and engineers who are researching additive RP systems as a way to test form, fit and function of their prototypes may be unaware that there is a better, cheaper, faster solution. Roland subtractive RP systems (SRP) produce form models faster than any 3D printer on the market and easier than any other CNC mill on the market. Thats because Roland offers a complete software/hardware solution that combines the ease of use of 3D printers with the benefits of CNC-machined parts.

Lower cost of ownership with no annual maintenance fees and low cost materials, Roland MDX users save thousands over the annual cost of other RP systems. Roland MDX works with a wide range of materials and delivers a smooth surface finish with accurate tight tolerances.

MDX-40A and MDX-540 series milling machines cost significantly less than 3D printers while producing precision prototypes out of a wider variety of non-proprietary materials. A larger selection of materials makes it easier to create prototypes, including UV resistance, bending strength, surface hardness and electrical conductivity. Roland SRP solutions come with SRP Player, powerful, easy to use CAM software that delivers the speed, tight tolerances and exceptionally smooth surface finishes required for prototyping and customised rapid manufacturing applications.

Functional Prototypes – Mill functional prototypes using a wide range of materials that additive systems do not support. Users can choose from popular engineered plastics such as ABS, Acetal and Nylon, as well as acrylic and polycarbonate for transparent parts and a variety of woods and metals including aluminium, brass and copper. Compared to additive RP systems, Roland desktop devices produce functional prototypes that are better for structural, thermal and electrical testing.

Models & Molds – Product designers rely on models to thoroughly review a design and confirm its fit, finish and functionality. Rolands MDX series creates models in ABS and other materials used to produce actual products. As a result, users can review a prototype that closely matches their final product. The MDX series produces precision injection molds, parts and jigs for small lot production. The MDX-540 mills light metals such as aluminium and brass to meet a range of production demands.

No programming required.With a Roland rapid prototyping machine and bundled software, the process of producing functional parts and prototypes couldn’t be easier. Simply export your CAD model as an .STL, .DXF, .3DM or .IGS/IGES file. Open the file in Roland SRP Player software and use the wizard to process your data. There is no worrying about feeds and speeds, cut depth, tool selection or G-Code programming. SRP Player does the work for you.

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