Roland JWX-10

The Roland JWX-10 is designed as a jewellery-specific CNC mill to cut detailed wax models for investment casting. The JWX-10 will mill and engrave some plastics, mdf, light timber and resins.

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Tool Calibration using the JVX vPanel utility:

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Acceptable materials Modeling wax, plastic, wood, epoxy composites, resins such as chemical wood. Note: metals not supported
Modela software allows for a range of materials when building cutting paths for the JWX-10 including Brass and Aluminum. This will need to be tested.
X, Y, and Z operation strokes Rotary axis unit uninstalled:
140 (X) x 105 (Y) x 105 (Z) mm
[5-1/2 (X) x 4-1/8 (Y) x 4-1/8 (Z) in.]
Rotary axis unit installed:
140 (X) x 70.9 (Y) x 60 (Z) mm
[5-1/2 (X) x 2-3/4 (Y) x 2-3/8 (Z) in.]
Maximum angle of rotation ± 18 x 10 (± 5000 rotations)
Work plate size Cutting area Work plate large : 140 (W) x 105 (D) mm [5-1/2 (W) x 4-1/8 (D) in.]
Work plate small : 65 (W) x 65 (D) mm [2-9/16 (W) x 2-9/16 (D) in.]
Dimensions of workpieces installable on the rotary axis unit Diameter: Maximum 85 mm (3-3/8 in.)
Length: 5 to 50 mm (1/4 to 1-15/16 in.)
Internal circle: 15 to 23 mm (9/16 to 7/8 in.)
Loadable workpiece weight Using rotary axis unit: 0.5 Kg (1.1 lb) (Maximum workpiece moment of inertia 6×10-4 kgm2) Using work plate large: 4.0 Kg (8.8 lb)
Using work plate small: 0.7 Kg (1.5 lb)
Rotary-axis tilt angle 0 deg. to 90 deg. (in increments of 15 deg.)
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