• Make your own professional models and prototypes

    Use the MODELA PRO II MDX-540 to make functional prototypes and industrial models quickly and with high precision.  You may use the material of your choice for this purpose. Commonly used materials are ABS, POM, and polyurethane. The MDX-540 can also be used for milling aluminium and copper. Apart from prototypes, you can also use the milling machines to make small series of components and moulds.

  • SRP technology

    Production takes place using the SRP technology. SRP means Subtractive Rapid Prototyping. In this technique, prototypes are made by milling a certain shape ​​from a block. In additive systems, prototypes are made ​​by placing thin layers of materials one on top of the other. SRP has several advantages over additive systems: it is cheaper, supports more materials and can finish models excellently.

  • Benefits for your company

    You can keep your ideas confidential since you don’t need to outsource the production of prototypes. You will also save a lot of money and time. Furthermore, the device is easy to operate and the quality of the prototypes is high.

  • Accurate and user-friendly

    Thanks to the precision spindle, the results are so precise that little or no finishing is required. The separate control panel allows you to operate the device from a safe distance. You can also set up and control the device via your PC with the virtual control panel.

  • Safe and protected

    The device stops immediately on pressing the emergency button. An (optional) cover protects the milling system, thereby ensuring safety as well as the cleanliness of the surrounding area.

  • Two basic models

    Two variants of the MDX-540 are available: the standard MDX-540 and the MDX-540S. The ‘S’ model delivers milling work of very high quality, important for prototypes and other applications in which fitting accuracies are important. It is equipped with an up to 0.02mm precise spindle. This gives you a very high repeat accuracy and minimal visible traces of the milling process.

  • Convenient options

    The optional rotary axis increases the flexibility of the MDX-540. This fourth axis enables you to mill your material on all sides. You therefore do not have to turn the material manually.  The automatic tool changer (ATC) can also be supplied as an option. The ATC changes up to four different milling cutters and allows you to mill a prototype fully without the need for any intervention. This saves labour costs.

  • Supplied with software

    The device is supplied with user-friendly software. You can deliver professional results in no time, even if you have no experience with modelling.

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  • "We are very satisfied with our Roland machine. It works fast and accurately. And you don't need to be an Einstein to work smoothly with the machine."

    Nils Dogger, founder of Deltavorm (Scharendijke, The Netherlands)

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  • "I'm very satisfied with the quality of the products: the MDX-540 really mills into the smallest details. Another advantage is the fact that I can make functional models, products that you can actually use."

    Willy Poelmans, business manager XGI (Balen, Belgium)

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  • “From a market point of view, we have come to know the Roland brand as being high-quality and reliable. We did try some machines from other brands, but these were never this extensive and versatile."

    Tim Notermans, product designer at New-Innolab (Venlo, The Netherlands)

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  • Overview brochure

    This brochure provides an overview of all our solutions for the production of prototypes. A series of images illustrates the workflow, while the table at the back provides a useful product comparison.

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Cuttable material Plastic resin and light metal
XYZ-axis travels X x Y x Z: 500 x 400 x 155 mm
Distance from spindle nose to table Maximum 254 mm
Table size Width x depth: 550 x 420 mm
Loadable workpiece weight At acceleration of 0.2 G: maximum 12 kg, 0.1 G: 20 kg, 0.05 G: 20 kg
XYZ-axis drive system AC servo motor, 60 W
Operating speed Maximum 7.5 m/min
Acceleration 0.2 G, 0.1 G, 0.05 G
Software resolution RML-1 mode: 0.01 mm, NC-code mode: 0.001 mm
Mechanical resolution 0.001 mm (0.00004 in.)
Positioning accuracy ±0.1 mm/300 mm, under no-load conditions
Repeat accuracy ±0.05 mm, under no-load conditions
Origin reproducibility (when the power is switched on/off) ±0.05 mm
Spindle motor DC brushless motor, maximum 400 W
Spindle speed 400 to 12,000 rpm; 400 to 3,000 rpm for positioning and centering
Tool chuck Collet method, maximum diameter of the tool: 10 mm
Control command sets RML-1 and NC codes
Interface USB (compliant with Universal Serial Bus Specification Revision 1.1)
Power supply Voltage and frequency: AC 100 to 120 V/220 to 240 V ±10%, 50/60 Hz Required power capacity: 7 A (100 to 120 V)/4 A (220 to 240 V)
Power consumption Approx. 700 W
Acoustic noise level During operation (no cutting): 65 dB (A) or less, during standby: 40 dB (A) or less (according to ISO 7779)
Dimensions Width x depth x height: 745 x 955 x 858 mm
Weight 102 kg
Operating temperature 5 to 40°C
Operating humidity 35 to 80% (no condensation)
Included items Handy panel, power cord, tool sensor, sensor cable, nut, nut wrench, wrench, hexagonal wrenches, Roland Software Package CD-ROM, SRP Player CD-ROM, User's Manual, Roland Software Package Software Guide, SRP Player Installation and Setup Guide, NC Code Reference Manual