We all know that 3D printers are amazing. The problem is that many of them are still bulky, expensive, and difficult to use. However, one company that’s looking to scrap all of that is Snapmaker. With Snapmaker the aim was to provide a 3D printer that’s compact, affordable, and simple to operate.
Currently being campaigned on Kickstarter, Snapmaker is all set to make 3D printing history. The company is based in Shenzhen & Walnut, CA with a team of experienced engineers and designers that love nothing more than to create innovative products. Snapmaker’s 3D printer campaign’s already gone phenomenally over it’s $50,000 goal, with investments now at over $1.3 million and there’s still time left to run. More than 3,000 people have already recognized just how good this piece of equipment is going to be and have put their money where their mouths are and investing in the business.
So, on to the printer itself. This piece of equipment is sleek and will fit easily on top of most desktops. It combines the likes of a 3D printer, laser engraver, and CNC machine all in one little compact package at a very affordable price. There’s no skimping on quality here either. The Snapmaker prints at a resolution just as fine as a $1,000 3D printer does. Another great selling point for this printer is that unlike many other 3D printers out there, this one is really easy to use and can be assembled in under 10 minutes.
Originally the company was offering the printer for a super early price at $199 or an early bird price of $249, but so many people have flocked to get theirs secure, that these are now all gone. But don’t worry, it’s not too late. You can still secure one of these amazing pieces of kit for an affordable $299, with deliveries to customers starting in July.
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