From May 26-28, we brought our 3D printing solutions together with brilliant applications on display at TCT Asia, and the newly released Rotary Module became the spotlight. Organized by VNU Rapid News Ltd, TCT Asia is one of the world’s leading design-to-manufacturing events focused on additive manufacturing, 3D printing, design, and engineering technology.
3D printing, as a form of additive manufacturing, is the focus of TCT Asia. Unlike most exhibitors, we combine additive manufacturing and subtractive manufacturing and creates a 3-in-1 modular machine that incorporates 3D printing, laser engraving and cutting, and CNC carving.
At TCT Asia this year, the Rotary Module was first unveiled in China since it was launched abroad at the end of 2020. Served mid-advanced DIY makers, 3D model designers, and technical engineers, the Rotary Module is a handy attachment compatible with Snapmaker 2.0 A250 and A350 that makes desktop 4 axis CNC possible. As far as we know, there are no other similar products in the market.
Regarding the performance, the Rotary Modules is equipped with a strain wave gearing and packs a 100:1 speed reducer, supports 360° 5-degree continuous rotation, and a 0.2° precise control. With the help of the Rotary Module and the custom Snapmaker software, users can create artworks in fine detail in the 4th dimension with various materials including wood, tooling boards, non-transparent acrylics, and more.
To demonstrate the capabilities of our products, we created remarkable applications, among which the On Mars Sand Table wows the attendees most with its delicate craftsmanship. Hundreds of visitors expressed their interest and eagerness to explore more.
“I’m glad to notice that more users are getting to know 3D printing this year. The applications of 3D printing can actually help individuals and enterprises to solve real problems,” says Ke Shuqiang, CFO & COO at Snapmaker. “As a 3D printer manufacturer, Snapmaker will establish strong relationships with users, service provider, and distributors to promote the market applications of 3D printing.”