3D printers are amazing. Unfortunately, they used to be hulking, complicated, expensive, and with limited functions. We’ve been hearing about and experiencing the pain of setting up the difficult-to-use DIY 3D printer kit and being limited by the standard plug-and-play 3D printer. We are hoping to change that. So we came up with an idea: create an all-metal 3D printer, which is easy-to-use for beginners, expandable for makers, and truly affordable for everyone.
Snapmaker is entirely made of metal, ensuring a high quality and reliable 3D printing experience. Along with a rock-solid aluminum alloys frame, all major components are CNC machined. It uses the precision acme lead screw as a drive mechanism to boost the precision and capacity. The all-metal build also translates into a premium industrial outlook.
Snapmaker comes with a very friendly newbie software experience in Snap3D. Simply drag and drop a print file onto it or add other print files to make multiple items at a time. Besides the Snap3D, you are free to use other slicer software that you prefer. With movable and intuitive touchscreen, you can check and control various settings in your hand, such as homing, loading the filament, etc. The 3.2-inch color touchscreen enables you own a standalone 3D printer that is capable of handling your 3D printing workflow from start to finish.
Unlike most traditional 3D printers, Snapmaker never needs leveling. The ingenious design ensures a completely level print platform. Simply set the Z-axis offset with a piece of paper and Snap3D, and then enjoy the 3D printing.
The machine is delivered as kit, and easy and quickly to assemble due to the modular build. This way you easily can convert between 3D printer, Laser engraver and CNC carver. The box includes the following items:
3D printer specs:
Heated bed: Up to 80 ℃
Resolution (Z axis): 50 to 300 micron
Print volume: 125x125x125 mm
Filament diameter: 1,75 mm
Nozzle diameter: 0.4 mm
Max nozzle temp.: 250 ℃
Supported file formats (Slicing software): STL & OBJ
Max. Travel speed: Up to 100 mm/sec.
Compatible Slicer software: Snapmakerjs, Cura, Simplify3D, Slic3r
Specs for CNC milling:
Milling volume: 90x90x50 mm
Shaft diameter: 3,175mm (1/8")
Speed: 19.000 rpm.
Supported materials: Wood, Acrylic, PCB, Carbon fiber, Jade, etc.
Unsupported materials: Metal, Glass, GEM, etc.
Supported file formats (software): SVG, STEP, IGES, IGS, DWG, DFX, etc.
Many CAD programs can exporet to these formats
Laser Engraving specs
Surface size: 125x125 mm
Laser power: 200 mw.
Laser wavelength: 405 nm.
Laser class: Class 3B - LASER RADIATION AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAM. Danger of permanent damage to the eyes. Always use included safety glasses.
Supported file formats (software): SVG, JPG, PNG, etc.
Supported materials: Wood, Bamboo, Leather, Paper, Opaque acrylic, etc.
Unsupported materials: Metal, Glass, Gem, PVC, Transparent materials, reflecting materials etc. DON´T TRY THESE
|Bed width||12.5 cm|
|Bed Depth||12.5 cm|
|Build Height||12.5 cm|
|Resolution Z axis||0.1 mm|
|Number of extruders||1|
|Filament diameter||1.75 mm|
|Max. hot-end temperature||250 °C|
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
|Max. heated bed. temp.||80 °C|
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.
A heated bed is important to reduce Warping and have a better adhesion of the 3D print to the print bed.
|Auto Bed Leveling
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.
This feature allows your printer to be controlled over a Ethernet network. You can execute movements as well as start a print.