October 15, 2015
Roland DGA, a provider of 3D printing and milling machines, has introduced a new type of resin for its monoFab ARM-10 desktop printer. After curing, PRF35-ST offers a better grip and greater elasticity that the company’s current resins, a press release states.
The addition of this resin, the company states, lets engineers, product designers and hobbyists easily produce flexible parts such as grips, seals and gaskets.
“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, 3D solutions. “It allows the user to make models and prototypes that not only look real, but feel real as well.”
For more information, visit Roland DGA.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.