Modular 3D Printer F350/F250
Modular 3D Printer F350/F250
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Snapmaker is more than just a series of machines. The creative application of the Controller Area Network realizes modularity, based on which you can enjoy a lot of amazing features simply by getting new modules or add-ons.
Snapmaker Luban is a free, open source CAM software committed to software services that allow full controls over 3D printing, laser engraving and cutting, and CNC carving capabilities.
Bought the enclosure after several attempt to add a dust removal system with adapter to the CNC tool, I couldn’t get a good result and dust was everywhere so I decided to buy the enclosure and have been very happy ever since. The enclosure isolate the dust very efficiently and also reduce the noice significantly. The LCD light strips are great distributing light everywhere on the work plane. After engraving wood it is very easy to clean up theist in the enclosure with a normal vacuum cleaner. I bought a trolley ( stainless steel ) with wheels from Ikea which is precisely the same size as the enclosure which provide mobility to the whole system. I think the enclosure is a perfect add on to the Snapmaker.
Snapmaker the very best!
Snapmaker takes care for their product and users!
You will find high quality products / packaging, very userfriendly and the benefit of a modular system, so you can replace components.
It really works easy and great!!!!
One advanced machine for thousants of creative projects gave me a new hobby! I LOVE IT
The very best about Snapmaker is their support. My Snapmaker contact Tracy always helps me finding sollutions!
Thank you Snapmaker greetings from Sweden!
as expected and good description to assemble.
I have my Snapmaker A350 now for several months, and I am very glad I bought it.
Trough a mistake I have made I damaged my 3D printhead, but TRACY from support helped me very well to get a new one (Many thanks for this, you made me happy again) So now I can print again with my lovely machine.
To all staff at Snapmaker : You had done and still do a great Job, go straight.
The picture shows the greatest printjob i have done.
Stefan from Germay
I'm lucky with this model. this is ideal sollution for first step of begginer. CNC, Laser, 3D all in one it's great idea. You'll receive great combination with software Free Fusion360 + Free Snapmaker LUBAN. If you are not expert you can to download samples of 3D from webs as thingiverse com and similar. In first month I was print maybe 20 perfect toys, adapters, supports,... I like it !
Great 3D printer! Initial setup is very easy, though two people are almost required to build it safely. Once it was built I was printing in less than 30 minutes. Also tried the laser engraving/cutting and that was just as easy, if not easier, to set up and run my first jobs.
All in all I can definitely recommend it!
I am new to the world of 3D printing and CNC, so take may opinion with a grain of salt, but I must say I am very impressed with the capabilities and the quality of Snapmaker.
Manufacturing quality and packaging is perfect to the last detail, the structure very robust, which was one of the reasons I went for this machine. The controls are intuitive and simple enough.
I have been printing non-stop and so far, I have come across no serious issues.
The prints are very clean and precise.
The only three things, so far, where I can see some room for improvement are the loudness of the power source, which makes way more noise than the machine itself.
The instruction manual is missing some key pieces of information, like how to replace a filament coil, though that's fairly self-explanatory, or information on maintenance, cleaning, and the replacing of extruders, but those can probably be found online.
In the firmware I have come across a bug where the UI crashes when you try to delete a file from a mounted USB drive, which, by the way, must be formatted as FAT32 with a block size of 8192, otherwise it will not be detected. This information can only be found in forums.
But all of these are just minor issues with simple workarounds. Given that the machine has just been released, I am sure these will be addressed soon enough, though I'll be probably stuck with the noisy power source fan.
As I want to really master 3D printing before I move on to CNC and laser engraving, and since I have started a few projects which still require numerous parts to be printed, I can not comment on the quality of the CNC and the laser heads, but I am confident those work just fine, too.
Last but not least, I have to mention the accessories which came with the machine, which are also of a very high grade and very useful.
All in all, I can say that Snapmaker is well worth the wait and I can definitely recommend it.
The success on Kickstarter rewards is just the beginning of our journey. We are determined to make such fabrication tools as 3D printers, laser engravers, and CNC carvers more accessible with higher quality, lower price, and better user experience.
The Snapmaker is a hybrid 3D printer, laser etcher, and CNC cutter all in one machine. This isn't the first hybrid we've tested, and while hybrids are capable of doing all the tasks they advertise, they tend to do so with compromises. But with the Snapmaker, I still found it to be a great little printer.
Performing an admirable job across three distinct functions, the Snapmaker is a maker’s dream tool for small-scale work. There are better individual tools that cost less than the Snapmaker’s $799, but few, if any, that challenge it for 3D printing, laser engraving and CNC carving all in one.
The Snapmaker 3-in-1 3D printer doesn’t pretend to be anything it is not. The presentation and ease of assembly are testament to a company who is clear in their objective, to provide an entry level and affordable solution for those seeking an introduction to not only 3D printing, but the broader world of Makers.
It's the best 3D printer packaging I've seen in my life, and I've used many 3D printers over the last years. The assembly process was really easy. Even a friend found it easy, and she didn’t have any previous experience with 3D printing.