Snapmaker 2.0  

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Diggory Gray
(@custardshark)
New Member

The Snapmaker 2 looks pretty interesting.

Its a 3 in 1 modular printer, so changable heads, which can do CNC carving, Laser engraving and 3D printing.

The laser module is fairly low power (1.6W solid state), hence not a laser cutter.

They seem to have ticked most of the boxes for to make it easy to use:

  • Heated build plate
  • Removable build plate (magnetically attached)
  • Self leveling
  • Easily changeable heads to change the machine function.
  • Modular parts
  • Touch screen
  • Multi-platform software

As far as I can make out they don't have these Robox features yet:

  • An enclosure (although one is in the works as an optional extra).
  • Extraction and filter system.
  • Needle valves
  • Dual/multi-material printing.
  • Thermal build plate
  • Ruby print heads.
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Posted : 06/06/2019 11:49 am
Pete
 Pete
(@pete)
I am Pete Admin

What is yellow and dangerous?

Snapmaker does look interesting. Very low cost + high number of orders stopped me from going with the Kickstarter offer.

For official support please create a support ticket using this link www.cel-robox.com/support/

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Posted : 06/06/2019 2:02 pm
Charles Jackson
(@chazr33gtr)
Estimable Member

I've got one on pre-order so will let you know when it turns up towards end of the year.  I bought it mainly as a laser engraver and CNC purposes but the original snapmaker was a good but limited 3d printer

 

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Posted : 06/06/2019 2:59 pm
OCstray
(@tranquilitee)
New Member Customer

We have to wait until November at least...

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Posted : 01/07/2019 9:40 am
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