On March 8, 2022, Apple wrapped its “Peek Performance” event and announced the brand-new Mac Studio and Studio Display. In its latest teaser, it is mentioned that 3D studios have new, breakthrough capabilities with Mac Studio, and we noticed that Snapmaker Original 3-in-1 3D printer is also featured in the video.
It is not the first time Snapmaker showing up in this way. In February 2021, Snapmaker Original was incorporated in the Uber Eats Japan video, showcasing the magical effect with the combination of food and technology. Besides, back in 2020, Snapmaker 2.0 was credited by Make: Magazine for its organized individual and labeled package, sturdy and sleek product design. “ If Apple were to build 3D printers, they would probably be put together just as carefully and attractively as the Snapmaker.”
The teaser video is just an example of how technology can be applied to in-house studios to fuel creativity in a transforming way. When it comes to 3D printing, thanks to technological advancement, the affordable 3D printers, open-sourced designs, and software have allowed consumers to become “prosumers” with the ability to design and print objects at home. What’s more, the ongoing Covid-19 global pandemic since 2020 also accelerated the process. It drives consumers who work from home for extended periods of time to look for more powerful tech products to increase productivity. According to the 2022 3D Printing Applications Report revealed by Formlabs, while rapid prototyping and model making are still trending, the application of 3D printing in small-batch custom production has become more apparent.
Among Snapmaker users, there are model designers, digital artists, wooden work business owners, and much more who have made full advantage of the versatile Snapmaker machines that incorporate 3D printing, laser engraving & cutting, and CNC carving for new revenue streams. Like one of the Snapmaker users, Marlous Vogel says, “I am working on a maker space. I live in communal living and we have a workshop. The plan is to transform that into a space where a Snapmaker will be placed. Not mine, we need a Snapmaker 2.0 A350 machine for that I think. But because of the versatility of the machine, a Snapmaker is the best choice.”
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