View our collection of high-performance 3D printers by Snapmaker. Get to know the 3-in-1 3D printers that have multiple functions, upgrades, add-ons, and more!
A SD Card in your printer will allow you to store prints and print them directly from SD. This is more reliable than a USB connection and allows you to power down your computer.
The auto bed leveling feature will probe the buildplate on a few different points. This allows the 3D printer to detect deviations in the buildplate and adjust the print accordingly. This makes is much easier to start a print as you don't have to manually adjust the bed position.
This feature allows your printer to be controlled over a WIFI network. You can execute movements as well as start a print.
Detect if you have run out of filament or that the filament is broken.
This machine has an enclosure to protect the print or product from outside influences.
Bowden printers feed filament through a tube as opposed to Direct Drive systems. This adds important advantages (faster printing) and disadvantages (higher filament retraction settings). You can find more information on Direct Drive and Bowden systems, Click here
Independent Dual Extruders (IDEX) allow you to print two identical objects at the same time. Printer that support this have at least two extruder head that can move independently on one axis. Other printing modes that may be supported are mirrored printing and printing in multiple colors/materials
Snapmaker is a company that started in 2016 as a Kickstarter and has since then become a successful player in the 3D industry. Snapmaker believes that “making will be as easy as taking photos in the coming decades” and has developed a 3D printer that can turn countless ideas into a reality. The 3D printers by Snapmaker are fully metal machines that are delivered unassembled, with a toolbox. Easily switch through three different modules of 3D printing, laser engraving, and CNC milling.
The Snapmaker all-in-one 3D printer is an FDM or FFF 3D printer that can print with materials like PLA filament, PETG filament, and ABS filament. These printers offer something very unique; a 3D printer that can also perform CNC milling and laser engraving. The CNC function allows makers to create objects with mills or drills that carve out existing material. With CNC milling you can create unlimited objects such as placement mats, board games, and stamps. The laser engraving function uses a laser beam to mark materials such as plastic and wood producing fine-cut edges. It is highly advised to use a 3-in-1 enclosure that protects you and supports the functions for all 3 modules. Snapmaker continues to develop upgrades and add-ons for even more inventive possibilities. There are add ons in the form of multiple drills, laser tool upgrades, and more.
We offer Snapmaker enclosures for high-performance 3D printing and CNC milling. It is highly recommended to use an enclosure as they ensure safety for those in the vicinity and increase the overall quality of your 3D creations. With an enclosure, you can easily maintain temperatures during 3D printing and effectively avoid warping. Sounds and smells will be kept at bay and it is also a tidier option when milling away at materials.
To determine which Snapmaker 3D printer to buy, use the compare feature to assess the different specifications. This is where you can take different qualities into account such as the autobed leveling features, the build volume, and other attributes that you would like on your 3D printer.
Snapmaker offers a free open-source 3D software called Luban, specially developed for Snapmaker machines. Luban makes it easy to operate the Snapmaker and swiftly transfer between laser engraving, 3D printing, and CNC milling.
Would you like to receive more information about Snapmaker 3D printers? Please feel free to contact the RepRapWorld team.
The dimensions of all Snapmaker models are:
Snapmaker All-in-one is 340 x 290 x270 mm.
Snapmaker 2.0 A150 is 300 x 390 x 316 mm.
Snapmaker 2.0 A250 is 405 x 490 x 424 mm.
Snapmaker 2.0 A350 is 495 x 580 x 506 mm.
With the CNC function, you will be able to use materials such as PCB, acrylic, POM, hardwood, carbon fiber sheet, and jade. Snapmaker is busy working on new materials for the CNC module.
The supported file formats for laser engraving are BMP, TIFF, PNG, SVG, DXF, JPEG, and SNAPLZR. For cutting with the laser engraver, it is advised to use an SVG file.
PLA, ABS, PETG, TPU, and more. Always inspect the specifications of your 3D printer to ensure that your 3D filament material is compatible with the Snapmaker model that you have selected.
The Snapmaker laser engraver can engrave in materials such as wood, plastic, leather, paper, cardboard, and acrylic. It is even possible to laser engrave some types of food.