• The next evolution in compact milling machines

    The SRM-20 is Roland’s latest generation desktop milling machine for the office, studio and educational environment. Since pioneering desktop milling in 1986, Roland has continued to perfect its expertise in delivering accuracy and efficiency in a compact format. The SRM-20 incorporates innovative features, including a new spindle, collet, circuit boards and control software. The result is a leap forward in milling precision, speed and ease of use.

  • Versatile solution

    The SRM-20 can mill a variety of non-proprietary materials typically used for prototyping, including chemical wood, acrylic and modelling wax. Optional collets are also available to extend the mill’s capability with a wide range of end mill shapes and sizes, ideal for creating beautiful finishes and intricate details.

  • Designed for clean and secure use in your office or classroom

    The SRM-20 includes an interlocked full cover and a dust-collection tray to keep your environment clean and clear of waste material. For increased safety, opening the cover automatically stops the machine.

  • Simple operation for optimum results

    The SRM-20 supports Roland’s unique “VPanel,” an on-screen operation panel for the computer. By using the speed-controlled 4-way cursor movement, you can set the origin point quickly and accurately. You can also alter spindle rotation speed and milling speed during milling, giving you full control over the results and milling time.

  • Three easy-to-use software programs included

    SRP Player CAM software features simple step-by-step settings for easy operation and high quality milling. You can easily add supports when doing double-sided cutting and preview your job on-screen to confirm the cutting path. iModela Creator is a 2D milling software for processing 2D data such as text and graphics. ClickMILL provides the user with direct control of the machine without the need to access CAD or CAM software when drilling holes or cutting pockets and other finishing processes.

  • “Allowing the user to experience both design and engineering”

    Hiroshi Yasutomi, Product Designer (Japan)

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  • 'Roland is highly active in education and that really appealed to us. We feel really good about this and also about the support we’ve had.’

    Jorg Wintraecken, FabLab+ (Antwerp, Belgium)

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  • The monoFab series: two devices, one solution

    The monoFab desktop tools are based on the 3D modelling technology that Roland DG pioneered and has continually enhanced since 1986. Incorporating both additive and subtractive 3D technologies, you can now realize your creativity like never before - right from your own desk.

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  • “Monozukuri” as the foundation for product development

    People have created the world around us by giving shape to their dreams and ideas. At Roland DG, we are convinced that imagination and creativity are our most valuable strengths. Our goal is to provide everyone with the possibility to transform his or her ideas into objects. The joy of making things, which in Japan is called “monozukuri”, is the focus. That is why we named our new series of machines monoFab, where mono refers to monozukuri and fab to desktop fabrication. Creating new things, right at your desk, with user friendly and reliable machines—that's our mission.

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Specifications SRM-20
Cuttable material Resins such as chemical wood and modelling wax (metal not supported), substrates for machining
X, Y, and Z operation strokes 203.2 (X) x 152.4 (Y) x 60.5 (Z) mm
Distance from collet tip to table Maximum 130.75mm
Table size 232.2 (X) x 156.6 (Y) mm
Loadable workpiece weight 2 kg
X-, Y-, and Z-axis drive system Stepping motor
Operating speed 6 - 1800mm/min
Software resolution 0.01 mm/step (RML-1), 0.001mm/step (NC code)
Mechanical resolution 0.000998594 mm/step
Spindle motor DC motor Type 380
Maximum spindle rotation 7,000 rpm
Cutting tool chuck Collet method
Interface USB
Control command sets RML-1, NC code
Power requirements Machine: DC24V, 2.5A, Dedicated AC adapter: AC 100-240 V±10%, 50/60Hz
Power consumption Approx. 55W
Acoustic noise level During operation: 65 dB (A) or less (when not cutting), during standby: 45 dB (A) or less
Dimensions / Weight 451.0 (W) x 426.6 (D) x 426.2 (H) mm / 19.6 kg 
Environment Temperature of 5 to 40°C, 35 to 80% relative humidity (non-condensing)
Included items AC adapter, Power cord, USB cable, Cutting tool, Collet, Set screw, Spanners
(7,10 mm), Hexagonal wrench (size 2,3 mm),
Positioning pins, Double-sided tape, Start-up information card