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Snapmaker 2.0: Modular 3-in-1 3D Printers

A project in New Castle, DE by Snapmaker
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Unlock your full creative potential from 3D printing to laser engraving, cutting and CNC carving. Smarter, larger, and more powerful.
Backers: 7387
Average Pledge Per Backer: $1063

Funded: $7,849,909 of $100,000
Dates: May 7th -> Jun 6th (30 days)
Project By: Snapmaker
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Latest News

Less Than 48 Hours! Surpassed $6.7 Million! Livestream and More Showcases Sharing.

June 4th - via: kickstarter.com
Dear backers, We’ve got less than 48 HOURS LEFT in our final countdown. This is actually the final call for Snapmaker 2.0. Can’t believe how quickly the past month has gone by! Your amazing support has made it the most funded project in... (Read More)

You Have Invested in a Flexible, High-Performance Modular Fabrication Tool System

May 30th - via: kickstarter.com
Unlike any other all-in-one 3D printers that feature limited and less-capable interchangeable tool heads, when you swap modules on a Snapmaker 2.0 3D printer, you are essentially building a new machine such as an extra-large CNC router, a more... (Read More)

The Manufacture Process, Maker Faire, and Showcase Videos

May 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
Dear backers, Snapmaker 2.0 is more than just a 3D printer. A confluence of technologies and manufacture processes of Snapmaker 2.0 promises to raise the standard of maker tools. This isn’t our first success. Our original model also hit the market... (Read More)

Autodesk and Kickstarter Test Print

May 15th - via: kickstarter.com
Dear backers, We’ve tested common tests like the 3D Benchy and shared the print result in our campaign page. However, the 3D Benchy doesn’t test everything. We’d like to try another 3D test model. In your comments, you said you would love to... (Read More)

You Backed Us – The Most Funded 3D Printing Project! Timelapse Videos Sharing

May 13th - via: kickstarter.com
Dear backers, We recently reached two special milestones, and they happened so fast with the tremendous support from you, the 3D printing community on Kickstarter. Thank you! Record-Breaker 15 hours after launching, the project’s funding total hit... (Read More)

Snapmaker 2.0 Is a 3-in-1 3D Printer That’s Modular, Capable, and Affordable

May 8th - via: blog.hackster.io
If you want a 3D printer, there are dozens of fantastic options on the market?—?many of which we’ve featured right here on the Hackster blog. Choosing the right printer for you comes down to your requirements and budget, and that often means having to sacrifice something along the way. But the new Snapmaker 2.0, which just launched on Kickstarter, is a modular 3-in-1 3D printer that doesn’t appear to have any downsides. (Read More)

Thank You! We made it the fastest ever project to reach $1M on Kickstarter, at just 7 minutes!

May 7th - via: kickstarter.com
Dear backers, We’re super excited at what our campaign has been able to accomplish in just a few hours. We would like to say a big Thank You to you and the whole Snapmaker community! Today, we broke a lot of records together!! Together, we smashed... (Read More)

Snapmaker Launches Snapmaker 2 Pre-Order Campaign on Kickstarter

May 7th - via: all3dp.com
A follow up to the well-received Snapmaker 3D printer, the Snapmaker 2 is now live on Kickstarter. An all-in-one 3D printer, laser engraver and CNC carving machine, there are three new versions backable as pre-orders. After weeks of teasing, Snapmaker has launched its second eponymous all-in-one 3D printer, laser engraver, and CNC machine. Dubbed Snapmaker 2, the new machine appears to improve upon the modular architecture of its Kickstarter-crowdfunded predecessor, the Snapmaker, scaling up to offer three different sized machines. (Read More)

Hands-on with the Snapmaker 2 3-in-1 3D printer

May 6th - via: windowscentral.com
The original Snapmaker is one of Kickstarter's highest funded 3D printers, and with the all the new upgrades, essentially rebuilding it from the ground up, Snapmaker is hoping to repeat that success with the new Snapmaker 2. We had a chance to spend a few hours with the Snapmaker team and we got a hands-on with the machine and all of its parts. However, the machine at CES 2019 was not the final model. It was a prototype, and as such, some pieces may or may not be in the final design. (Read More)

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