Snapmaker 3-in-1 3D Printer (3D Printing/CNC Carving/Laser Engraving), All-Metal Build, Entry-Level Digital Fabrication Tool, Easy to Use Software, Free PLA Filament, Upgraded Version

Basic Specs
FRAME MATERIAL: Aluminum Alloys
FILE TRANSFER: USB Disk, USB cable
POWER REQUIREMENT: 100 – 240V AC
SUPPORTED OS: macOS, Windows
COLOR TOUCHSCREEN: 3.5″

3D Printing
BUILD VOLUME: 125 x 125 x 125mm (4.9″ x 4.9″ x 4.9″)
SUPPORTED MATERIALS: Non-proprietary 1.75 mm PLA, ABS, etc.
NONSUPPORTED MATERIALS: Alumide, graphite, etc.
LAYER RESOLUTION: 50 – 300 microns
PRINT HEAD TRAVEL SPEED: Up to 100 mm/s
NOZZLE DIAMETER: 0.4 mm
NOZZLE TEMPERATURE: Up to 250°C
HEATED BED: Up to 80°C
SUPPORTED FILE TYPES: STL, OBJ
SOFTWARE: Snapmaker3D. You can also use other third-party software, such as: Cura, Simplify 3D, Slic3r.

Laser Engraving
WORK AREA: 125 x 125mm (4.9″ x 4.9″)
LASER POWER: 200mW
WAVELENGTH: 405nm
LASER SAFETY CLASS: Class 3B
SUPPORTED MATERIALS: Wood, bamboo, leather, plastic, fabric, paper, non-transparent acrylic, etc.
NOT SUPPORTED MATERIALS: Metal, glass, gem, transparent material, reflective materials, etc.
*SUPPORTED FILE TYPES: SVG, JPEG, PNG, CDR, etc.

CNC Carving
WORK AREA: 90 x 90 x 50 mm (3.5″ x 3.5″ x 2.0″)>
SHANK DIAMETER: 3.175mm
SPINDLE SPEED: 19,000 RPM
SUPPORTED MATERIALS: Wood, acrylic, PCB, carbon fiber sheet
NOT SUPPORTED MATERIALS: Metal, glass, gem, etc.
*SUPPORTED FILE TYPES: SVG, STEP, IGES, IGS, DWG, DXF, etc.
*Users can work with these supported files with the help of third party software such as Autodesk Fusion 360.

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3 thoughts on “Snapmaker 3-in-1 3D Printer (3D Printing/CNC Carving/Laser Engraving), All-Metal Build, Entry-Level Digital Fabrication Tool, Easy to Use Software, Free PLA Filament, Upgraded Version”

  1. Great Machine! I am a Newbie beginner with 3d printing and my opinion is based on the first-time experience. A few months ago I purchased a Monoprice Select Mini Pro to see if I would be interested in 3d printing. I immediately fell in love with it, although, it has its share of frustration and a pretty steep learning curve. Then I saw videos on YouTube about the Snapmaker 3 n 1 printer/laser/CNC and wondered if I would be just as enthused with Laser engraving and CNC carving. For the most part, comments…

  2. The most fun thing I’ve bought in a long time. I purchased the Snapmaker from their Kickstarter campaign and have been making things ever since it arrived in June. I was truly impressed by the quality of this machine. It is well made, easy to assemble and I was printing plastic parts about an hour after it arrived. Since that first print I have been making something almost every day with either the 3D printer, laser engraver or the CNC mill. All three heads are easy to swap out and set up. There is also a more powerful laser available for…

  3. Easily one of the best gadgets I own Easily one of the best gadgets I own and use almost everyday for work and play. The quality of the all-metal construction is impressive. This comes in a kit so you have to assemble it yourself. But don’t worry, the instructions are clear and easy to follow. I mainly use the 3D printer and laser modules. The print heads are easy to swap out and setup.As a 3D printer, it does a magnificent job rivaling much more expensive printers. The Snapmaker prints PLA and PETG with great results…

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