MDX-540 | 4 Axis CNC Mill | Rapid Prototype Machines | Roland DGA 
MDX-540 benchtop milling machine
High-Performance Prototyping
A world of 3D milling possibilities.

MDX-540, MDX-540A, MDX-540S, MDX-540SA Benchtop Milling Machines

  • LIST PRICE

    MDX-540: $20,995 US*

    MDX-540S: $26,995 US*

    MDX-540A: $30,995 US*

    MDX-540SA: $36,995 US*

    * U.S. only. For Canada, Latin America and Caribbean pricing, please call (949) 727-2100, or contact an Authorized Roland Dealer in your area.

    Promotion valid until March 31, 2018. Valid only in North and South America excluding Canada and Brazil. Terms and Conditions apply. See dealer for more details.

     

  • LEASE PRICE

    MDX-540: $420 US**
    MDX-540S: $540 US**
    MDX-540A: $620 US**
    MDX-540SA: $740 US**

    ** For 60 months, OAC

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MDX-540 3D milling machines are some of the fastest, most accurate and accessible devices on the market, ideal for producing everything from functional and snap-fit parts and prototypes to light metal molds and custom jewelry. Available in standard and enhanced models, MDX-540 benchtop milling machines offer advanced CNC milling at an affordable price.

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Choose the MDX-540 Model That's Right For You

All MDX-540 models deliver superior performance with a combination of Digital AC Servo motors and Feed Forward Processing commonly used in larger, more expensive machines. In addition to the base-model MDX-540, you can choose from the following options:

MDX-540S
Produce even smoother curves and finer details with the addition of higher accuracy ballscrews for enhanced precision and repeatable production capabilities.

MDX-540A
Includes an Automatic Tool Changer for uninterrupted milling.

MDX-540SA
Produce smoother curves and finer details with the addition of higher accuracy ballscrews for enhanced precision and repeatable production capabilities, plus an Automatic Tool Changer for non-stop production.
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