Miniaturist Artist Isabel Leal incorporates Snapmaker 2.0 laser cutting fuction into her creative works.
Check out the jump rope prosthetic from the winner by our latest Snapmaking contest!
Here comes the second showcase from our StarMaker. Take a look at this fantastic ceramics art piece!
Printed by: Keelan Runnalls (Instagram @brokenbarrelhomestead) Scale: 1/20 3D printer: Snapmaker A350 in the Enclosure Dimensions: Fin tip to fin tip: 290mm (11.5in or 1.5 bananas), Trunk Diameter (without fins): 195mm (7.5in or 1 banana), Height (top of Nose Cone to bottom of the Trunk): 405mm (16in or 2 bananas) Supplies: Print time: Approximately 300…
As the 5th anniversary of Snapmaker approaches, we are delighted to launch the StarMaker Program. Get on board now and get rewarded!
한이새 is a Korean user who likes world travelling. Like most of the makers, he enjoys 3D printing and sending prints to his friends as presents. After receiving his Snapmaker 3-in-1 3D printer, he found a new way to combine 3D printing with his hobby — printing customized picture frames.
It’s no secret that Snapmaker users are some of the most creative people on earth. That’s why it’s been such a joy for us to turn the spotlight on some of our users who have utilized their machines for a variety of good causes. Today, meet Aaron. He’s a tinkerer, and he’s been tinkering around with the 3D printable microscope for months. His goal is to create a portable microscope so that people can easily take it anywhere to observe the microworld with just one ordinary smartphone.
“With the Snapmaker, I 3D printed a 1/20.3 scale model of Disneyland Railroad’s caboose. I made this model for a friend of mine, who owns Castle Peak and Thunder Railroad. CPTRR is a backyard garden railroad that is modeled after and inspired by Disneyland.” It’s wonderful to have dreams. David Sheegog, an architect from Anaheim,…
Doug while learning about his Snapmaker, printed up a batch of trinkets, Batman logos, Wonder Woman logos, painted them and sent them to his friend for handing out to the kids. Kids like gifts and it was also an example of what can be achieved with a 3D printer. Doug’s friend said the trinkets were a huge hit so he has performed this activity a few times now.
“Some of the things I have made were for fun and personal use, but a lot of things I have made are for my Etsy shop customers. Return on investment was very short. Anything the machine makes now is purely profit.”