Roland DG MODELA MDX-50
The MODELA MDX-50 is capable of producing high-accuracy prototypes from nylon, modelling board, wax, PVC and wood.
Manufacturing company, Roland DG has announced it will be returning to Develop3D Live later this month to present its latest 3D milling technology, the MODELA MDX-50.
Attendees will be able to see Roland DG’s most recent milling release in action from stand 56. The MODELA MDX-50 is capable of producing high-accuracy prototypes from nylon, modelling board, wax, PVC and wood.
With an improved drive system, machine rigidity and enhanced drive mechanics, the MDX-50 mills smooth and accurate prototypes for testing structure, function, and assembly with other parts. Additionally, automated features and a simplified setup make the machine simple to use for any skill level, beginner to professional.
The MDX-50 is equipped with a 6 bay tool changer and optional rotary axis, allowing for easy, unattended milling overnight. Also boasting a modern design, the MDX includes a built-in control plan to ensure ease-of-use and a convenient production. With SRP Player CAM software included with each machine, the MDX-50 provides the full workflow for educational, professional and industrial environments.
Roland DG MDX-50_sample camera assembly
Roland DG will have 3D experts available throughout the duration of the Develop3D Live show, offering help and advice for those interested in Roland DG’s additive or subtractive technology for engineering, education, among other industries.
Develop 3D Live is a leading conference and exhibition showcasing some of the best technology in design, engineering and manufacturing and how it is applied to bring products to market faster. The exhibition takes place at Warwick Arts Centre, Warwick University, Coventry on March 28th 2017.
Roland DG is a leading manufacturer of products designed to help professionals and hobbyists bring ideas from concept to reality. With products ranging from 3D printers to milling machines, Roland DG is an effective presence in several industries. Currently in the process of transferring its 3D technology business to subsidiary DGSHAPE, Roland DG announced its first products under that brand earlier this month.