Roland is also a developer of 3D printers. The company’s most recent 3D printer is the monoFab ARM-10, which uses a layered projection system and resin material. This printer is in the category of professional, desktop stereolithography or vat photopolymerization systems. Recently Roland interviewed Keigo Okusa, manager of 3D product development at the company about the design choices made when developing this printer.
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