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ARM-10 Printing Guide and sample STL
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Art Center - Roland Education in 3D Video
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Windows 10
This document PDF lists instructions of how to install Roland drivers on Windows 10.
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OS Compatibility List
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Windows 7
Monofab ARM-10SRM-20 Windows 7 32-bit Driver ver. 1.50
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Monofab ARM-10SRM-20 Windows 7 64-bit Driver ver. 1.50
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Windows 8
Monofab ARM-10SRM-20 Windows 8 32-bit Driver ver.1.50
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Monofab ARM-10SRM-20 Windows 8 64-bit Driver ver. 1.50
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Windows 8, Windows 7
This is a device driver for the projector on the monoFab Player AM and must be installed for the ARM-10 to work.
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ImageCure Flexible Resin PDF35-ST Safety Data Sheet.
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ImageCure PRH35-ST Resin Safety Data Sheet.
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ImageCure Resin PRR35-OP SDS
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ARM-10 Users Manual French
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ARM-10 Users Manual Spanish
5.88 MB
Web version of the OnSupport Manual. For VG2-540 and VG2-640 TrueVIS printers update OnSupport to version 2.90 or higher.
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This document discusses Roland DGAs Depot Repair Policies
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ARM-10 Sample file for the ARM-10 printing guide.
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This is an online manual that must be read after this guide. It contains instructions about work that must be carried out before using the machine such as downloading and installing software and the Users Manual.
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Most Roland devices are supplied with a one year standard manufacturers warranty, but by registering your device within 60 days of purchase, your product could qualify for an extended warranty of up to 3 years.
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This is an updater for monoFab Player AM. A previous version of monoFab Player AM is required for this updater to work.
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Follow this link to the Roland Academy Webinars On-Demand webpage. Then filter through the videos to find a training session that suits your needs.
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Since 1986, Roland has been at the forefront of 3D fabrication, delivering tens of thousands of milling machines and the industrys best support for a wide variety of applications.
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Higher failure rate of 3D prints that exceed 700 layers.
White haze appears on the material tray.
Machine prints and gets to various heights and falls
HELP!! I can't find the driver I need for my Roland!
Some customer called in asking how to reduce the yellowing effect on the finished print as well as a general guideline for curing time with a UV light.
General information about OnSupport
All Roland devices with a USB, Parallel (LPT), or Serial (COM) port need a driver to communicate with a computer. For Roland products compatible with Apple Macintosh operating systems, a plugin is used with Adobe Illustrator. For Roland devices with an Ethernet port, the output software (e.g. - RIP)includes the driver as part of the application.