Snapmaker 2.0 Offers Filament Runout Recovery

The Snapmaker 2.0 comes in three sizes capable of 3D printing, laser engraving and CNC carving, all of which are features upgraded from the first Snapmaker model.


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Snapmaker has launched the Snapmaker 2.0, a 3-in-1 fabrication machine that is capable of 3D printing, laser engraving, cutting and CNC carving. The machine is said to handle a wide variety of 3D printing materials and is offered in three models of different sizes - the A150, A250 and A350. Built with aerospace-grade aluminum alloys, the Snapmaker 2.0 features multiple updates.

Users can select and preview 3D models directly on the 5-inch touchscreen, equipped with Android OS with intuitive controls. The machine’s 3-in-1 software comes pre-loaded with features such as multiple language support and multiple model support. The machine also offers power-loss recovery. The machine is said to have a flexible platform for easily removing the print; an upgraded efficient cooling system; high-precision parts; auto-leveling and filament runout recovery for large print projects with studier linear modules that ensure a 0.02 mm repeatability.

Laser highlights include a built-in camera for previewing the design; the ability to recognize and transform drawings into vector images for engraving or cutting; faster engraving without sacrificing quality; an aluminum grid table to prevent damage to the bed.

CNC highlights include a fully upgraded from the Snapmaker Original, featuring the standard ER11 Collet to guarantee a better concentricity for faster CNC carving speed; an MDF wasteboard to protect the bed from damage and provide a smooth surface for precise carving.

The newly designed controller is said to drive 14 different modules at once and support future add-ons.