Snapmaker recently hopped on a plane to Shanghai and attended 2020 TCT (short for time-compression technologies) Asia exhibition, one of the largest events for additive manufacturing and 3D printing technologies. We brought our most stunning machine Snapmaker 2.0 to the show and it was truly an eye catcher.
The Snapmaker Luban now even has a dedicated website and is open source on GitHub; it’s used and loved by tens of thousands of users around the world, and it’s only getting better and better with added features.
Have you ever wondered what makes the Snapmaker 2.0 machines dustproof? Do you know how well the linear modules protect your Snapmaker? To answer these questions, we conducted an ultimate test on the machine during the pilot production. Let’s check it out.
“Beautiful packaging, superb manual, an unpacking experience on par with Apple products.” This was the feedback from the Snapmaker original users. We felt very encouraged by that. When designing the packaging for Snapmaker 2.0 products, we have done further research and discussed frequently to see how we can improve our product packaging even further.
This September has been crazy as always. We have been testing and iterating the design of enclosures for Snapmaker 2.0 and following up with everything of pilot production #2 (small scale) and whole machine testing.
Today, we bring you the upgraded design of the 3D Printing Module and news on the test progress of the initial trial run.