- There are lots of makers who want to customize a Snapmaker Laser Module. And Snapmaker could do that, since Snapmaker can make 3D prints and mill PCB. In this tutorial, I will be making a demonstration -- How to make a custom Snapmaker Laser Module
Score : 8.8
- Time: 6
- Difficulty to Gain Materials: 10
- Complexity: 10
- Postprocessing: 8
- Knowledge Required: 10
- In the United States, greetings cards are frequently used in daily life. The number of greetings cards sold in America reaches up to 6.5 billion annually. Except for cards for the Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, greetings cards about daily theme take up more than half of the annual sales.Usually we send the greetings cards to express our love to our family members, lover, friends on special days. If we can make a greetings card instead of buying one, the one we care about will definitely feel our love. Imagine that we use the customized stamp to imprint the exclusive images on the greetings card. It will be so lovely and touching.
Score : 4
- Time: 4
- Difficulty to Gain Materials: 6
- Complexity: 2
- Postprocessing: 2
- Knowledge Required: 6
If you use the snap maker for a long time, the heat inside the control board case (housing) may not be properly heated.
This will cause the board to go down or stop outputting.
I want to customize the control board case to add a cooling fan to the case. Could you get a drawing of the control board case?
Currently I'm working on using the laser to make custom dice for a board game, but I'm running into an issue due to the small size of the dice. The included anchors/stabilizers for laser work don't reach the die to hold it steady and if I off center the die I run into the issue where the anchors cover too much of the die. Wondering if anyone has any solutions? I've tried using tape and putting it in the corner of the plate but it's hard to be consistent in the alignment and keeping the die squared. Hoping someone has a printable long arm anchor that can attach to the sides of the plate and hold onto the die (or whatever you are using) via pressure on the sides.