Imagine a tool that lets you make completely custom products for any patient, from a wide range of FDA-approved materials. A single machine able to scale with your growth and take each project from prototype to production. One that is flexible and easy enough to operate without expensive technicians or software. And affordable enough to add additional machines as production increases at a fraction of the cost of large CNC mills. This is the thinking behind Roland DG Rapid Custom Manufacturing (RCM) solutions, a modular approach to help companies grow profitably.
At the heart of Roland DG's RCM solutions is the MDX series milling machine. In addition to prototyping and manufacturing a wide variety of medical devices and parts, the MDX produces custom dental bridges and crowns, as well as medical implants, all from FDA-approved materials. With the MDX, professionals and their patients benefit from dramatically improved fit, accuracy and materials. Smooth surface finishes and tight tolerances define the technology, making it easy to prove manufacturability as well as conduct critical functional and electrical testing.
UDI Direct Part Marking
Once your part or device is manufactured, it must comply with all federal identification and tracking regulations. To help medical professionals track the usage of surgical instruments and other devices over their lifecycle, Roland has introduced the MPX-95, a compact, affordable direct part marking device that makes it easier than ever to mark surgical instruments and tools with unique device identification (UDI) numbers. Roland's MPX-95 uses proven micro-percussion direct part marking technology to imprint permanent two-dimensional DataMatrix barcodes directly on devices, as well as text, graphics, logos and other branding elements. With the MPX-95, you can mark surgical steel, titanium, aluminium, plastics and acrylics with large amounts of data, all in a compact GS1 barcode format as small as one square millimetre.