When I fell down the maker-rabbit hole, the Snapmaker 2.0 campaign was one of the very first hardwares that caught my attention. I was amazed by it’s ability to both print, lasercut/engrave and cnc-mill. I quickly realized that the Snapmaker is very limited, especially when it comes to work area and modability. In it self, it seems like a great package, but it’s limits are way too obvious. This led me on the 3d-printers and the MPCNC. I’m super thankful that I didn’t jump on the Snapmaker campaign, I’ve saved money - but not time. I’ve spent countless hours trying to build and troubleshoot, I’ve been angry and saddened, but in the end - it’s been oh so very much rewarding. Now I know how to build my very own CNC, and I’m looking forward to the primo.
Still - I’m happy to see this positive review for the Snapmaker 2.0! Maybe it’ll be a machine that can attract many people to the maker communities, and after a while, realizing it’s limitations, more people will come to the v1 community as well?
What do you people think?