The SRM-20 is Roland’s latest generation 3D desktop milling machine, incorporating innovative subtractive rapid prototyping (SRP) features to deliver accuracy, smooth finishes, and efficiency in a compact format.
With its new-design milling spindle, collet, circuit boards, and control software, the SRM-20 produces beautiful finishes, including smooth curved surfaces and intricate details. Precision milling makes it ideally suited for creating prototypes that require mechanical checks and confirmation of fit. The SRM-20 can mill a variety of non-proprietary materials including modeling board, acrylic, and wax. Optional collets are available to extend the mill’s capability with a wide range of mill shapes and sizes to create intricate details and high-quality finishes. The results look and feel closer to the final production runs and are ready for final validation. Designed for ease of use, the SRM-20 supports Roland’s unique V Panel, an on-screen operation panel. The speed-controlled 4-way cursor movement sets the origin point quickly and accurately and spindle RPM and milling speed can be adjusted during milling to enable full control. The SRM-20 is part of the Rolands monoFab series of desktop fabrication solutions. For maximum flexibility and optimal performance, combine the SRM-20 with the additive rapid prototyping technology of the ARM-10 3D printer.
High-precision 3D milling of prototypes and production models Summary:
- In-house prototype production shortens the design/development cycle and reduces product development costs
- Cuttable material: resins such as modeling board, wax (metals not supported)
- X, Y, and Z operation strokes: 203.2mm (X) x 152.4mm (Y) x 60.5mm (Z)
- Table size: 232.2mm (X) x 156.6mm (Y)
- Loadable work weight: 2kg (4.4lbs)