Roland DGA Introduces Two New Resins for Use with the MonoFab ARM-10 3D Printer

Irvine, Calif., March 22, 2016 – Roland DGA has introduced two new ImageCure™ resins for use with the company’s advanced monoFab ARM-10 3D printer. The new additions – PRH35-ST2 Standard-type resin and PRR35-OP Rubber-like resin – join Roland’s existing PRF35-ST Flexible-type resin within the ImageCure lineup, expanding the part-making and prototyping options available to ARM-10 users.

PRH35-ST2 resin, a new and improved version of Roland’s original PRH35-ST hard resin, allows for faster print time and easier filing and sanding of finished models. It also emits less odor in its liquid form than the original PRH35-ST resin. New PRR35-OP is specially-formulated to stretch and compresses like rubber upon curing, making it ideal for producing a wide variety of parts and prototypes.

ImageCure resins are made to bring out the best in Roland’s ARM-10 3D printer and maximize the prototyping possibilities for users. Since its launch in August of 2014, the ARM-10 has gained rapid popularity with makers, engineers, educators and hobbyists throughout the world. Advanced, precise and user-friendly, the ARM-10 incorporates an innovative layered projection system that enables users to build complex parts and prototypes quickly and easily. It also boasts a suspended build system which keeps resin use to a minimum, increasing efficiency and reducing material costs.

Roland’s new PRH35-ST2 Standard-type and PRR35-OP Rubber-like ImageCure resins come in 12.35-ounce (350 g) bottles priced at $89.99 and $129.99 (U.S. MSRP), respectively. Roland ImageCure resins for the monoFab ARM-10 can be purchased through authorized Roland dealers or the Roland DGA online store.

For more information on ImageCure resins, the monoFab ARM-10 3D printer, or the complete Roland line of 3D devices and accessories, visit www.rolanddga.com.

About Roland DGA

Roland DGA Corporation serves North and South America as the marketing, sales and distribution arm for Roland DG Corporation. Founded in 1981 and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Roland DG of Hamamatsu, Japan is a worldwide leader in wide-format inkjet printers for the sign, apparel, textile, packaging and vehicle graphics markets; engravers for awards, personalization and ADA signage; photo impact printers for direct part marking; and 3D printers and CNC milling machines for rapid prototyping, part manufacturing and the medical and dental CAD/CAM industries. Roland DGA is ISO 9001:2008 certified, and Roland DG is ISO 9001:2008 and 14001:2004 certified.

 

New Resin for the Arm-10