The Creality CP-01 looks a bit like the Snapmaker, but can it really compete? Read on as we review the specs of this machine. Snapmaker made a strong first impression on the hobbyist 3D printing community when it debuted the original Snapmaker on Kickstarter several years ago. The modular, sturdy machine promised three functions in one frame, all for a reasonable price. Aiming to extend its legacy, Snapmaker recently completed funding for the Snapmaker 2, annihilated its funding target and becoming the most successful technology campaign on the platform in the process. And Creality apparently couldn’t contain itself from joining the party. Responsible for massively-popular budget FDM machines such as the Ender 3 and CR-10 before it, Creality seems poised to challenge Snapmaker’s domination of the hybrid machine niche. And Creality’s contestant in the ring is the CP-01, a modular machine with “exchangeable head attachments for 3D printing, laser engraving, and CNC engraving.” It takes some design cues from the Snapmaker for sure, but how does it stack up? Read on to find out as we review its specs. To achieve 3D printing, laser engraving, and CNC milling with the same frame, the ...