Dec.14, 2013

The Snap 3D Printer is the first printer that can be assembled without fasteners. Its modular design lets anyone, even people without technical background, easily assemble and customize their 3D printer. The printer's frame is made of HDPE high-density polyethylene which is light weight, strong and easy to transport, thanks to the modular design.

The Snap 3D Printer has also heated printbed, J-head nozzle, LED light and is capable of making large objects with smooth edges. You can also easily replace its extruder with a different one for liquid printing or dispensing, for example printing chocolate, sugar or food or add an extra extruder for dual printing.


  • The build volume is big: 8x8x8 inches
  • ABS, PLA, Nylon 3 mm filament
  • 100 micron layers resolution
  • Stand alone with microSD input
  • LCD panel with control interface with pause and reset buttons, navigation buttons
  • Heated bed for ABS: Helios bed
  • LDE light
  • Easy and fast to assemble
  • Software: Repetier, Pronterface or slic3r

The creators behind the Snap 3D Printer, TJIKO Labs, has just launched the project on Kickstarter. The price for Snap 3D special kit starts at $799. If fully funded, the first batch of printers is expected to be shipped in March / April 2014.

Thanks to Paul for the tip!


Posted in 3D Printers



Maybe you also like:


Leave a comment:

Your Name:


Subscribe us to Feeds twitter facebook   

About provides the latest news about 3D printing technology and 3D printers. We are now seven years old and have around 1.5 million unique visitors per month.

News Archive