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Roland ARM-10 Resin Printer

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Roland : ARM 10 Resin 3D Printer

Australia's first SLA Resin 3D Printer!

Buy It Now
Special Introductory Offer: 1 bottle of ImageCure resin is included with every ARM-10 (normally sold seperately for shelf-life reasons)

Rental/Lease Available

AU $209/mth (60 mths)

Roland Resin

350g bottle

Resin VAT

ARM-10 Rapid Prototyping 3D Printer

The new Roland monoFab ARM-10 rapid prototyping 3D printer makes creating 3D models as easy as hitting print. The ARM-10’s layered projection system uses resin material which hardens into a semi-transparent object when exposed to UV light. Complex parts which previously required multi-axis milling, such as hollow or requiring undercuts, can be built quickly and easily. By using a suspended build system, resin usage is kept to a minimum, making model production efficient and affordable. Advanced, precise and user-friendly, the ARM-10 rapid prototyping 3D printer is the perfect tool for unleashing your imagination.

Feature Summary

High-quality, stereolithography printing

The ARM-10 3D Printer uses a layered projection system, a platform is lowered into a material tray containing imageCure, a transparent photopolymer resin, so that the surface of the platform is a single layer beneath the surface of the resin. A LED-based DLP projector beams a UV light that cures a cross section of the model, solidifying the resin wherever the resin is exposed. Once a layer is complete, the platform ascends to a second layer of thickness, resin flows over the first layer, and the next layer is built. This process continues until the model is complete. The DLP process creates high quality prints (models) and the projection process allows multiple objects to be produced at the same time.

Once the model is complete, the platform rises out of the material tray and the excess resin runs off the model back into the material tray. The model is removed from the platform, washed of excess resin, and placed in daylight or other UV curing device for a final curing. The model is then finished by removing the temporary supports and sanding or filing the surface smooth if necessary.

Software and Source files/models

The ARM-10 uses the standard STL file to print from.

Models are repare for printing using 3D printing software developed exclusively for the Roland 3D printer, monoFab Player AM. This software enables users to take full advantage of the ARM-10’s advanced capabilities. The user-friendly interface is easy to use, making it ideal for students or novice users. To get started, simply import your 3D design by dragging and dropping it into the included monoFab Player AM software.

Software Features

imageCure™ resin provides ideal build material

No less than 82 different combinations of resin were researched to determine the ideal composition, light wavelength and compatibility of exposure. Roland imageCure™ is a clear, photopolymer liquid resin that when exposed to the ARM-10's UV light becomes hard and semi-transparent.

Added peace of mind
With Roland OnSupport® included with the purchase of the monoFab ARM-10, you get access to the latest manuals, drivers, software downloads and updates. A one-year (Australian based) manufacturer’s warranty covers any product defects.

Features at a glance
Model ARM-10
Build technology DLP layer projection system
Dimensions / Weight
Build Area 130 (W) x 70 (D) x 70 (H) mm
Machine Size 430 (W) x 365 (D) x 450 (H) mm / 17 kg
Build speed .393 inch (Layer pitch = 0.0059 inch) (10 mm/h (Layer pitch = 0.15 mm))
Light source UV-LED (ultraviolet light emitting diode)
XY resolution .0079 inch (0.2 mm)
Z axis resolution .0004 inch (0.01 mm)
Machine DC 24 V, 0.6 A
Dedicated AC adapter AC 100 V to 240 V±10%, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption 15 W
Acoustic noise level
During operation 55 dB (A) or less
During standby 49 dB (A) or less
Interface USB
Accessories AC adapter, Power code, USB cable, Liquid material tray, Printing and washing tools (Metalic spatula, Plastic spatula, Tweezers, Washing container x 2, Hexagonal wrench, Spanner, Rubber gloves, Work tray, etc.), Start-up page information card, Read this first.
Optionally Available Items Resin PRH35-ST 350 g bottle
Liquid material tray LMV-10 For replacement

System Requirements

Operating system (OS) Windows 7/8/8.1 (32-bit/64-bit edition)*
CPU Intel® Core 2 Duo or more (Core i5 or more recommended)
Memory (RAM) 1GB (2GB or more recommended)
Video card and monitor A resolution of 1,280x1,024 or more recommended
Other requirements Free hard-disk space required as a working space 100 megabytes or more recommended

Internet connection and web browser, Internet Explorer version 10 or more recommended

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