I like it so far. Only did 3d printing so far. Having some issues with machine stopping before print is done and the filament breaking on a few projects. Might just be me!
I'm sure this is a good machine, bit I'm having Luban issues. Every video or guide I see is a different software than mine. I'm having a hard time getting the last engraver to work properly. Any help is appreciated.
I have never used a 3D printer, laser thing, or CNC before this one. The assembly of the snap maker was fairly easy and it was immediately able to operate no problem. With the enclosure it’s a little tight to swap out the heads for different functions, but overall nice and solid.
I used thingiverse for my first print. Having no clue what I was doing I spent a few minutes reading and learning the ropes. I quickly learned that double checking the home is important by having the nozzle scrap the base of the design into the headed bed.
The Lunban software I’m sure is super easy, but I don’t quite understand building objects just yet. Instead I have gone to freecad and YouTube.
My first laser engraving was on some scrap card board it worked and looked super sharp. Also again read the instructions laser engraved the heated bed too. I would love the work area to larger but I’m sure that comes at a cost.
All and all this thing is cool and I’d probably buy it again. Definitely a beginner level device that has plenty of options and ability.
I really don’t have anything bad to say about my snap, I feel the quality is of the packaging of unit is awesome, the snap itself has performed excellent, I did have some learning and mistakes along the way, but all in all I’m very happy, I’m so glad I returned the competition that was junk !!!
Such an amazing machine that I want to order 2 more a350's wonder if I can get a deal? I already own 2 of them an there Great!!