The Roland MDX-20 has been discontinued check out the new Roland SRM-20Roland SRM-20 monoFab available now! The Roland MDX-20 is a desktop Subtractive Rapid Prototyping (SRP) system capable of scanning and milling. The MDX 15/20 is ideal for a variety of product designs tasks, including reverse engineering, modeling, rapid prototyping, jewelry and model making and small lot production. The MDX-20’s compact design makes it a perfect fit for offices and classrooms. Add some of our exclusive accessories and the MDX-20 is transformed into a 3D scanner, PC Board prototype system, an engraver, a jewelry wax carver.
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Dr. PICZA scanning software features a dynamic graphic display and diverse editing functions. It offers numerous editing functions, including a handy convex/concave inversion function for making molds, a mirror function for creating symmetric data, a tilt adjustment function, curve smoothing, and a function for adjusting the height of surfaces. The scanning software can preview the image from any angle using a wide frame. It also displays color and texture renderings. PICZA scanned data can be stored in its original format, or exported in DXF, IGES, VRML, or as Point Cloud data (ASCII).