Roland DG Corporate White Paper

3D Products: Rapid Prototyping and Reverse Engineering

Roland DG has entered the rapid prototyping market with its line of subtractive rapid prototyping (SRP) and reverse engineering devices. This white paper reviews the company's product lines as well as the overall strength of the corporation and its strategies.

The report covers:

Roland MDX-650 and LPX-250
  • Corporate review
    • Financials
    • Vision and strategy
    • Competitive position
  • Digital factory
  • Distribution channels
    • Joint ventures
    • Value-added resellers
    • Distributors
  • Product line and product development
    • Product review
    • product positioning

In each section, a discussion of the challenges that Roland DG faces is offered. There is also extensive coverage of the viability of Roland DG's products in rapid prototyping and reverse engineering applications.

This is a must read for anyone that is preparing to invest in the company or its products and for those that are considering partnering with the corporation.


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