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Roland iModela iM-01-3D Hobby Mill

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Roland iModela iM-01-3D Hobby Mill via Fabaloo

Roland DG Corporation, a leading worldwide provider of 3D milling and engraving technologies, today introduced the new iModela iM-01. Incorporating 25 years of Roland’s proven 3D milling technology, the iModela is an inexpensive, easy-to-use desktop device that mills wax, foam, balsa wood and plastic materials commonly used in craft and hobby projects.


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3 Comments

  1. Pricing?

    I don’t see a milled PCB either 🙁

    Cmon!

  2. This site http://www.ubergizmo.com/2011/10/roland-imodela-im-01-3d-printer/
    pegs it at $1000. I guess that’s not too bad for a mill. I wonder how hackable it will be – I suspect a PCB wouldn’t be too hard, given some time and effort.

  3. Is it a mill, or 3d printer?

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