11/12/2015

Roland DGA Introduces PRF35-ST Flexible Resin

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The new flexible-type resin is intended for use in Roland’s MonoFab ARM-10 3D printer.

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Roland DGA has announced that its PRF35-ST flexible-type resin is now available for use with its MonoFab ARM-10 3D printer. After curing, the resin is said to deliver parts and prototypes with a better grip and greater elasticity than the company’s existing PRH35-ST, standard hard resin.

According to the company, the addition of PRF35-ST resin to the Roland 3D product lineup enables users to easily produce flexible parts, such as grips, seals, gaskets and buttons, with the ARM-10 rapid prototyping 3D printer. Parts made with PRF35ST resin can be used independently or in combination with more rigid parts created with the hard PRH35-ST resin.

“This new flexible-type resin further enhances the ARM-10 3D printer’s ability to turn ideas into reality,” said Will Seith, Roland DGA’s product manager for 3D solutions. “It allows the user to make models and prototypes that not only look real, but feel real as well.”

Roland’s ARM-10 3D printer incorporates a layered projection system that enables users to build complex parts and prototypes quickly and easily. Its suspended build system also keeps resin use to a minimum, making model production efficient and cost effective.

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