Snapmaker 2.0 A350/A250/A150 unlocks your full creative potential, from 3D printing to laser engraving, cutting, and CNC carving. It is smarter, larger, and more powerful than ever before.
Modular 3-in-1 3D Printer
Modular 3-in-1 3D Printer
A Powerful 3-in-1 3D Printer
Our 3-in-1 software, Luban, is tailor-made for your Snapmaker machines. It is a free, open source CAM software committed to software services that allow full controls over 3D printing, laser engraving and cutting, and CNC carving capabilities: one single and powerful software for all your tasks.
Dozens of Materials
Our machine supports so many materials that you couldn’t even imagine. From PLA, ABS, TPU, PETG for 3D printing, wood, MDF, vegetable-tanned leather, cotton fabric, A4 white paper, white cardstock, corrugated fiberboard, non-transparent acrylic for laser engraving and cutting, to acrylic sheet, carbon fiber sheet, POM, PCB for CNC carving and more being tested, A350/A250/A150 makes your every inspiration a reality.
1. The major modules of the Snapmaker 2.0 is covered by a 1-year limited warranty for the customers from the Non-EU countries and 2-year limited warranty for the customers from the EU countries according to the terms and conditions stated at Snapmakers Limited Warranty
2. Return & Refund Service will be provided where it is requested within seven (7) calendar days of receiving the Snapmaker 2.0.
Printer arrived on time and I was very impressed with the packaging. Reflected a similar packaging of an Apple product. I tried the printer and was very satisfied, not as good as an industrial printer but very high quality for personal use. The AT is claimed to be quieter but I feel the 2.0 is fine as it is. As for the lazar and CNC I have not yet tried them out but for the printer, I would recommend it highly..
Snapmaker 2.0 Modular 3-in-1 3D Printers
I've only used the 3D printer so far. I have been making 1:48 scale doll house pieces. The size is close to the resolution limits for the 0.4 mm nozzle but it has some sweet looking pieces. I need to learn more a complicated cad program to take it to the next level. But so far I am pleased with the Snapmaker 2A.
I was surprised just how robustly constructed the device was. 3d printing wise I've been impressed with the quality with speed as expected. The laser module is primarily intended for engraving which it does well, though the camera seems unnecessarily slow (albeit useful). The CNC module takes the most work, and makes the most mess, but is a really great addition for both decorative and functional carving, and for engraving PCBs. Overall the device lives up to my expectations, though in the case, it's very large so make sure you read the dimensions and figure it where you'll be placing it in advance (the a350 in enclosure would have been too big for me so I went for the a250 instead).
A little over a year ago I purchased a Snapmaker Original model and oh boy is that a WELL DESIGNED and WELL BUILT little machine. What I was able to create with it was only limited to the number of hours in the day. So when I was alerted to a Christmas 2021 morning flash sale I knew I had to get another only this time a larger one with version 2 modules. As good as the original is the improvements made are well thought out, laser auto focus and auto load/unload of printer filament are very welcome, not to mention the beefed up CNC module. Also everything needed to use the machine is included, even down to small touches like using black rubber bands on the black cables. Both machines as so well built I know I’ll be using them for many years to come.