This September has been crazy as always. We have been testing and iterating the design of enclosures for Snapmaker 2.0 and following up with everything of pilot production #2 (small scale) and whole machine testing.
On September 24th, 2019, TCT Show kicked off at the National Exhibition Center, in Birmingham, UK for a three-day exhibition. Snapmaker attended the exhibition with its two generations of 3-in-1 3D printers. The Snapmaker 3-in-1 3D printers are modular fabrication tools that combines 3D printing, laser engraving and CNC engraving. With its unique design, the Snapmaker 3-in-1 3D printers stood out and attracted a lot of attention at the show.
When we work on our DIY projects, electronic circuit modules may be needed. However, we probably cannot get the module we need in the market. Therefore, we need to build the circuit with a breadboard. PCB is another option that is more compact and good-looking. If you are looking for a way to build your own PCBs, this guide can help you.
Today, we bring you the upgraded design of the 3D Printing Module and news on the test progress of the initial trial run.
Snapmaker users are a group of creative makers. They have made so many outstanding creations with their Snapmaker Original 3-in-1 3D Printer.
Snapmaker 2.0 Pilot Production and Test Plan! How we make sure everything lives up to what we advertised.
DIY a special mask with fluid painting!
The Snapmaker team explains the community building that went into their record-breaking Kickstarter campaign for a three-in-one 3D printer, CNC, and laser cutter.
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.