Roland MDX40a

The Roland MDX-40A 3D milling machine is an affordable, easy-to-use prototyping solution that supports a wide range of materials including resin.
A new optional rotary axis unit is available, supporting larger materials.
Compact and Affordable, the MDX-40A is the Perfect Tool for Desktop prototyping
Much smaller than NC machines, the MDX-40A features a compact footprint of 669mm(W) x 760mm(D) x 554mm(H) (26.4″x 30″ x 21.9″) and operates on standard household power supplies. With the MDX-40A, you can produce high-quality product prototypes right at your desktop. Support for G-code NC programming language makes the MDX-40A well suited for both professional and educational applications.
No Special Training Required
Roland SRP Player CAM software is included and features simple step-by-step settings for easy operation and high quality milling. With SRP Player, you can preview your job on-screen to confirm the cutting path for superior results every time. In addition, every MDX-40A includes ClickMILL software, allowing you to easily complete surfacing work. You can round edges, add pockets and holes, make fixtures and add last minute modifications, all without your CAD software.
New Rotary Axis Unit for Larger Applications
In addition to a flat work table, the MDX-40A features a new optional rotary axis unit that supports materials up to 270mm (10.63″) long by 120mm (4.72″) in diameter, four times the capacity of the previous model. You can now mill a 500ml (16.9oz.) PET bottle. Objects can be milled unattended at any angle from 0 to 360 degrees.
Enhancements for Maximum Ease-of-Use
Designed for greater ease-of-use, the MDX-40A supports a new on-screen operation panel that allows you to adjust the location of the endmill and quickly program settings. Using this panel, you can move the cursor in vertical, horizontal and oblique directions and to the desired position for the most efficient tool path. You can also adjust the speed of cursor movements for easier origin setting. The MDX-40A saves time and material by allowing you to adjust milling conditions such as spindle rotation and speed while the unit operates (override function).