The ARM-10 uses Digital Light Processing (DLP) stereolithography 3D printing that prints layer-upon-layer of resin material which, once exposed to UV light, hardens into a semi-transparent object. This layered projection system of adding and curing converts a digital image created in 3D software into a solid object. By using a suspended build system, resin usage is kept to a minimum, making model production efficient and affordable.
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.