Roland DG Assists with Shizuoka University’s Techno Workshop
12/12/2022 Corporate Activities, 3D Digital Fabrication
Shizuoka University’s Hamamatsu Campus (Engineering and Informatics faculties) hosts the Shizuoka University Techno Festa every year as a way of showcasing the latest developments in technology and research to the local community. This year, Roland DG helped out with the fabrication workshop run by the Faculty of Informatics.
Digital Tools Inspire New Forms of Pottery
11/29/2022 3D Digital Fabrication
Hizen Yoshida pottery is a type of porcelain made in Ureshino City in Saga Prefecture, Japan, home to the famous Ureshino hot springs spa area. 224porcelain, one of the leading brands of Hizen Yoshida pottery, has been using Roland DG’s MDX-50 milling machine to bring traditional arts and crafts into the digital age.
Roland DG’s Joint Venture with Chinese Binder-jet 3D Printer Business Opens its Doors to New Markets
11/16/2022 Corporate Activities, 3D Digital Fabrication
An opening ceremony was held on November 9, 2022 at Roland DG’s new joint venture, a binder-jet 3D printer business located in Jingdezhen city in Jiangxi province of China, one of the world’s leading ceramic and pottery production areas.
Roland DG Unveils New Tokyo Creative Center
04/18/2022 Corporate Activities, Digital Printing, 3D Digital Fabrication
The Tokyo Creative Center is the largest Roland DG demonstration center in Japan and is located at its Tokyo-based sales office. It was recently refurbished and relocated to Shinagawa where it re-opened its doors to visitors on February 28, 2022.
Makers-Lab Toyohashi Brings the Potential of Manufacturing Closer to Home
10/25/2021 Digital Printing, 3D Digital Fabrication
Makers-Lab Toyohashi in Toyohashi, Aichi Prefecture is a makerspace run by Science Create Co., Ltd., a public-private (third sector) organization based in the area. The lab was opened in 2015 within Toyohashi Science Core, a center promoting industry-academic collaboration and supporting the creation of new industries in the Higashi-Mikawa region. As a lab that allows anyone to put their fabrication skills into practice, Makers-Lab Toyohashi is seeking to breathe new life into local industry.