Milling & 3D Printing
We love to see our technology being used in educational settings. So, it was especially exciting to visit the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena to see how the next generation of industry leaders are being trained using Roland technology.
Came across this infographic on 3D printing and thought I’d share. While Roland has been in 3D in the form of CNC machining (Subtractive Rapid Prototyping) for over 30 years, we’ve only been in 3D printing (Additive Rapid Prototyping) for less than a year. Like you, we’re learning a lot about the technology and applications every day.
Interview with Rachel Hammer, 3D Product Manager for Roland DGA
Interview with Masahiro Tomioka, President of Roland DG
Interview with Keigo Okusa, Roland DG manager of 3D product development
Interview with product designer Hiroshi Yasutomi
The recent introduction of Roland’s new monoFab™ series ARM-10 3D printer and SRM-20 milling machine is generating a significant amount of industry and media buzz. And that’s understandable. Afterall, these state-of-the-art, compact devices are capable of doing something pretty incredible – namely, turning ideas into reality. These innovative machines, which can be used together as a system or as stand-alone devices, are attracting the attention of high-tech magazines and websites worldwide.
Looking for new modeling files for your MDX? There are a couple of great libraries that can access for free. The first we recommend is Grab Cad. Grab Cad files are very high resolution, easy to download, and most are already .stl or Solidwork files.