Roland: Resin 3D Printer and Milling Machines
Roland DG Corporation of Hamamatsu, Japan, a worldwide leader in the sign, graphic arts, fine art, vehicle graphics, UV, photography, engraving and 3D modeling industries.
Founded in 1981 and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Roland DG is the world’s number one provider of wide-format inkjet printers for the durable graphics market. Roland DG is
also affiliated with Roland Corporation, renowned in the music world for developing MIDI technology and for producing sophisticated digital music equipment including keyboard
synthesizers, recording equipment and other related technologies.
Roland has a history of innovation in CAD and CAM dating back to the 80's; and a reputation for excellence; something we have come to expect from Japanese companies
Rolands policy is to conduct our business in accordance with the highest standards of ethics, morality and legality in all areas where business is carried out.
They are committed to doing the right thing. As a result, Roland has a strong reputation for integrity with its customers, business partners,
shareholders and its own employees.
It was this integrty, and comitment to excellence, backed by decades of corporate experience and precision engineering that got us excited when we were first invited to
Roland HQ in Sydney over a year ago to talk about their plans to enter the 3D Printing areana.
In November 2014 they launched the MonoFab series
, comprising both a new Resin 3D Printer (ARM-10) and a fantastic desktop milling machine (SRM-20)
Resin 3D Printer
Build: 130 x 70 x 70mm
Z-Resolution: 50 micron
Special Introductory Offer: 1 bottle of ImageCure resin is included with every ARM-10 (normally sold seperately for shelf-life reasons)
AU $209/mth (60 mths)