Desktop miller

The Roland MDX-20 is easy to use and compatible with many 3D CAD software programs. It is a desktop size machine, very versatile, which can make circuit boards and molds. By using a piezoelectric sensor it becomes a 3D scanner, which allows the creation of three dimensional objects. Its run-time typically ranges from 10 to 20 minutes for a printed circuit board to about 1 hour to build a mold.



Tutorials and instructions

For detailed instructions on Roland MDX-20, please click here



Roland MDX-20 software




File format for the Roland MDX-20: .DXF


Click here to see the Software tutorial for this machine!

Also visit the page Software for free downloading of the open-source software for this machine, to train with this design tools at home!

This way you can bring your drawing in a suitable software and in a compatible file format for the Roland MDX-20!  



Useful tips! 

  This section will grow with the experience and contributions of all users of the Fablab EDP.

Here we want to provide you simple procedures for using the machines and some tips and tricks that you won't find in any manual!





Last updated: 31/08/2011