The Roland ARM-10 3D Printer is a Stereolithography (SLA) 3D printer, using an ultra-violet (UV) Digital Light Projector (DLP) to produce high resolution prints and exceptional detail with speed. You may already be familiar with more common 3D printers that extrude plastic filament into a shape, SLA, in contrast, uses UV light to cure a resin into the finished print. This technology can produce much finer prints, the ARM-10 having a resolution of 0.2mm in the XY plane and 0.01mm in the Z axis, which is ten times smaller than the best filament 3D printers!
With Roland’s first 3D printer, the ARM-10, you will be able to rapidly fabricate highly detailed 3D objects, that are impossible to create with ordinary subtractive manufacturing, on a desktop sized machine. Simply put your 3D design into the included software, start the print and then come back to your finished creation is just a short while, building objects up to 130 (W) x 70 (D) x 70 (H) mm.