Do you remember the first project you made with the help of Snapmaker? Maybe you were a newbie who just bought your own 3D printer, walked through the steps of setting up and the basics of using it, then get started on your first work. Maybe you’re already an experienced user trying to explore more possibilities and getting your hands on different functions.
But anyway, no matter the first attempt is a success or not, you did it! We encouraged the community to share their first project with Snapmaker and win the 5th-anniversary gift box and received dozens of showcases. We gotta say it’s impressive to see all the fantastic works made by our users, even if it was just the first project! Let’s take a closer look together.
“Here is my first project with Snapmaker 2.0, a custom-made facade for a pc, inspired by the Apollo capsule. I did it to learn how to use the Snapmaker (4 months of work with a lot of failures but a lot of learning with the 3 modules).”
“Here is my first project with the Snapmaker. The one coaster got lost.”
“Half an octopus… It was eaten by the x-axis breaking down mid-print. Which was swiftly replaced by customer service. But it was the first thing I made after calibration.”
“I used the laser for my first project.”
“I etched on glass. AMAZING.”
“A set of coasters for an office going away present. The logos are my organization’s official and moral patches.”
“First project: Making everyone on our film crew (over 40) a custom-made Ulu (Alaskan Knife). I drew the design, uploaded it to Luban. And cut and engraved the handles for the Ulus. Then stained and packaged them.”
“My first project with the laser and 3d printer burned many pieces of paper and learned some 3d modeling for the box.”
“Here’s my first CNC/Laser combo project.”
I made garden row labels
“I’ve been making Halloween decorations for the house, we take Halloween seriously here. I’ve made a few pairs of hands that mount to the wall and look like they are reaching through it. A couple of skulls etc. Just have a couple of photos right now. So far a pair of these “creepy” hands, look like zombie hands I guess, like old-school Romero zombies. And a large skull. I have a pair of demon hands started now but they take about 25 hours per hand. The large skull I printed was 43 hours.”
“Celtic knot puzzle.”
“My first project was to sort cable management and glass print bed with auto bed levelling and filament feed from top in a filament dryer box for the Snapmaker A250.”
“This was my first project laser cut cardboard recycled from the box my snapmaker came in.”
“First CNC and laser project. Cribbage board that I donated to a charity ride in August.”
“The first project i made on my A350 was a sign for my brother-in-law’s woodturning shop. Combination of laser engraving and cnc on oak with a danish oil finish.”
“My first laser project. Doing a gray scale photo of myself at about age 19.”
“+3Over terrible CNC on acrylic was my first.”
“My first print was a little ghost. that thing actually started to haunt me in my dreams until i had printed it.”
“One of my first custom jobs for someone I work with.”
“Still in the process but here’s my first.”
“A nice token holder for my tabletop game.”
“First Laser project.”
“This was my first print with movable parts in Snapmaker 2.0 A350! An endless cube, print in one part. I was quite impressed with how it turned out! “
“First custom project was an EVE drone from Wall E. Printed in glow in the dark PLA.”
“First mixed cut engrave job I worked out myself and did. Looks ok to me. Snapmaker got me through the lockdown in Ireland with working out settings and making different things. Thanks.”
“My first ever 3D print designFun medals for my team at work.”
”Just took 16 hours on white tile 6×6 I’m really new doing all this, My Snapmaker is the first machine ever.”
Created this 3d pop up poster of my favorite movie.
“My Destiny 2 ship lol.”
My first project was a deck box for my brother. The laser burnt the graphics into the leather. Tip to the wise: ventilation. My house smelt like burning flesh for three days.
First Laser portrait of my Daughter and granddaughter even burned border.
Thank you all for your participation to share your work. We’re excited to see what you have made and grateful to learn that Snapmaker is serving you well during your creative journey!
Keep on making!