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“Dental labs are increasingly working with VITA ENAMIC® due to its enormous strength and superb esthetics” said Takuro Hosome, Market Development Manager for Roland DG Corp. “Equipped with optional ZDB-100D/50D/30D milling burs, our DWX-50 and DWX-4 customers worldwide can now take full advantage of this cutting-edge material.”
VITA ENAMIC® is a hybrid ceramic material, which combines high load capacity and aesthetics of a dental ceramic with elasticity of a dental composite. It is acclaimed in the industry for its resistance since masticatory forces are absorbed. VITA ENAMIC is finished without firing, which reduces labor and production time.
Paired with VITA’s ENAMIC® and Roland’s ZDB-100D/50D/30D milling burs, that developed specifically for dental hybrid type materials, such as VITA ENAMIC®. DWX-50 is the perfect way to extend material capability of dental labs. Five-axis simultaneous machining capabilities and a 5-station automatic tool changer streamline production, and its open architecture design allows seamless integration with commercially available dental CAD/CAM software and hardware.
Roland’s DWX-4 features 4-axis milling and an optional 4-position Automatic Tool Changer into a compact and easy-to-use production platform. Using with ZDB-100D/50D/30D milling burs, the DWX-4 can achieve an excellent accuracy and quality for VITA ENAMIC®.
For more information on VITA ENAMIC®, please visit www.vita-zahnfabrik.com.
The future of digital fabrication, now on your desktop
Sydney, Australia, September 3, 2014 - Roland DG Corporation, the world's leading manufacturer of wide-format inkjet printers and 3D devices, announced today the release of the monoFab series, including the company's first 3D additive rapid prototyping machine, the ARM-10, and a new 3D subtractive prototyping and manufacturing machine, the SRM-20.
The ARM-10 3D printer is most suitable for quickly checking a design in the initial stage of prototyping or modeling a complex shape. Incorporating a stereo-lithography process with a UV-LED projection system, the ARM-10 builds models by sequentially curing layers of resin from a liquid resin vat. Simultaneous production of multiple objects can be accomplished within the same work area to reduce modeling time in comparison with methods where lasers expose specific areas. Roland's imageCure resin becomes semi-transparent when cured and post-processing procedures such as support* removal and polishing are simple to do. By adopting a suspended build system, resin consumption is minimised.
Taking advantage of more than 25 years of Roland DG experience in manufacturing 3D devices, the evolutionary SRM-20 desktop milling machine incorporates several innovative subtractive rapid prototyping (SRP) features to meet the needs of a new era. The SRM-20's strengths lie in providing outstanding accuracy and smooth finished surfaces. With its new milling spindle, collet, circuit board and firmware, the SRM-20 delivers maximum speed and precision while retaining a compact desktop size. Modifications can also be applied to extend the milling machine functions, by connecting to open source hardware such as the Arduino electronics prototyping platform**.The SRM-20 can mill a variety of non-proprietary materials typically used for prototyping, including acrylic, ABS, wood and modeling wax, making it possible to check the feel and weight of materials that are similar or the same as final deliverables. An interlocked full cover prevents dust from escaping during milling for a safe and clean environment.
The History of Roland DG 3D Business
Since developing the first desktop 3D milling machine in 1986, Roland DG's mission has been to provide digital fabrication tools that transform imagination into reality. Designed to make it easy for anyone to enjoy, the company's 3D devices are compact enough to fit on the desktop next to a computer. These devices can be used by manufacturing businesses for design and prototyping applications, by schools for educating the next generation of designers and engineers, and even by individual hobbyists. In recent years, use of these machines has spread to the field of industrial arts for crafting jewelry and accessories, and to the health care field, where the utmost precision is required for dental prosthetics.
Development and Product Concept
3D printers have generated worldwide attention in the past few years. Originally considered a "secret weapon" in the manufacturing world, particularly in developed countries, governments and businesses are now increasing their investments in 3D printer research and development to revitalize manufacturing and add value to products. In addition, investments in education seek to harness the creative power of students and unleash new innovation. The development of the Internet for file and knowledge sharing, together with the introduction of personal 3D printers, the rise of online 3D printing services, and FabLabs serving as personalized workshops, continue to transform society. Individuals can easily access internet communities, where they can share information, knowledge and experiences globally and find a wealth of new, creative ideas. This is the world in which our company seeks to redefine its concept of "desktop fabrication," so that anyone can create and test out their wildest inspirations, quickly develop unique ideas, and realize products that match their imagination. This is the environment we wish to create as we deliver a set of subtractive and additive manufacturing machines as the next generation of digital fabrication tools.
What is "monoFab"?
The name monoFab comes from the Japanese concept "Monozukuri." "Mono" is generally recognized as physical objects and things, but historically includes the meaning of dreams, imagination and ideas, while "zukuri" is to produce, fabricate or create. We adopted the term "Fab" as we sought to provide a set of new creative tools based on our long-cultivated desktop fabrication concept. As a whole, "monoFab" represents taking what you have in your mind and giving it physical form, which is the same as our company's vision of "transforming your imagination into reality."
*These temporary parts provide support in order to prevent deformities or drops occurring during layering and are removed upon completion.
**The modified product will not be covered under warranty.
Sydney, Australia, August 6, 2014 - Roland DG Corporation, a leading worldwide provider of wide-format inkjet printers and printer/cutters, today announced the 2014 Free Value-Up Campaign for customers of the company's VersaUV Series UV printers. Included in the upgrade program are the LEF series benchtop flatbed printers, LEC series printer/cutters and the LEJ-640 hybrid flatbed printer.
"In appreciation of our VersaUV customers' continued loyalty and support, we are pleased to provide a substantial upgrade," said John Wall, President & Director, Roland DG Australia. "To deliver the ultimate in quality, value, and performance."
VersaUV LEF Series & LEC Series Upgrade
This free Value-Up Service enables current customers to lower their running costs as well as to enjoy more reliable performance. The upgrade kit includes a firmware updater and the latest Roland VersaWorks software. Roland's precision ink-jetting technology combined with new optimised profiles for ECO-UV2 ink reduces ink consumption when compared with previous profiles.
VersaUV LEJ-640 Upgrade
The free LEJ-640 Value-Up Service enables current LEJ-640 customers to increase productivity as well as to lower their running costs. The upgrade kit includes a firmware updater and the latest Roland VersaWorks software. The LEJ-640 with optimised print control technology adds a new print mode, 540dpi x 720dpi, for increased productivity. As a result, you have more choices as the situation or application demands. Roland's precision ink-jetting technology combined with new optimised profiles for ECO-UV2 ink reduce ink consumption up to 40% when compared with previous profiles. For printing white and clear inks, ink consumption is nearly the same as with previous profiles.
For further details and to access the free value-up kits visit www.rolanddg.com.au/versauvupgrade.
Grange Graphics Share Their Experience With Roland VersaUV Technology
Based in Western Sydney, Grange Graphics provides a wholesale digital printing service to Signwriters, Print Bureaus, Window Tinters and many other trade related industries across Australia. Owner Alex Koulouris, and Production Manager, Gunter Frohreich, share their experience with their Roland VersaUV LEJ-640, SJ-740 and XC-540 wide format printers and how these devices are a central element to the ongoing success of Grange Graphics.
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