The simple workflow of Roland’s monoFab ARM-10 rapid prototyping 3D printer makes creating 3D models as easy as hitting ‘print.’ The ARM-10’s layered projection system uses resin material which hardens into a semi-transparent object when exposed to UV light. Complex parts which previously required multi-axis milling, such as hollow or requiring undercuts, can be built quickly and easily. By using a suspended build system, resin usage is kept to a minimum, making model production efficient and affordable. Advanced, precise and user-friendly, the the ARM-10 rapid prototyping 3D printer is the perfect tool for unleashing your imagination. Built on a rich heritage of Roland milling machines, the SRM-20 was designed from the ground up with a number of technological advancements that make it the easiest to use, most precise CNC desktop mill in its class. The drive system features stepper motors that micro-step for clean, precision contours. Engineered for optimum efficiency and productivity, this next-generation desktop mill boasts a feed rate that is two times faster than previous MDX-15/20 models. A new independent collet system allows for faster setting of the Z-axis base point. The VPanel computer interface provides control over X,Y, Z axes as well as feed rate and spindle speed. The fully enclosed cover prevents dust from escaping and minimizes noise level. FreeForm Solution Pte Ltd was established in 2003 and have been providing 3D technology solutions in all possible application. Source.