BIQU SKR V1.3 Control Board 32 Bit Board Smoothieboard with TMC2208 V3.0 3D Printer Parts SKR V1.3 MKS GEN L Ramps 1.4 Board

SKR Motherboard Parameters:
Appearance size: 110*85mm
Mounting size: 102*76mm
Microprocessor: ARM cortex-M3 CPU
Input voltage: DC12V-DC24V 5A-15A
Motor driver: support TMC2208, TMC2130, ST820, LV8729, DRV8825, A4988, can be independently external motor drive
Driver working mode support: TMC2130SPI, TMC2208UART
Motor drive interface: X, Y, Z, E0, E1, five (each has a reextendable interface), Up to 256 subdivisions
Display: 2.8 “TFT, 3.5” TFT, LCD2004, LCD12864

How to Use
The SKR motherboard connects with the computer via the [USB] interface. After the driver is installed, the motherboard can be inserted into the computer to recognize the port for data transmission. Without the driver installed, it is easy for the computer to not recognize the USB port

1. Smoothieware-usb-driver-v1.1 driver installation (Windows systems only) The driver can be obtained from our open-source network
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2. After installing the driver, connect the computer and SKR motherboard with USB cable
Note: When using smoothieware open-source firmware, since only Windows system drivers, the SKR board at this time can only be recognized by the Windows system port! ! !
3. If you are using Marlin2.0 firmware, follow the tutorial to install:
If you need more information about this Board please contact us

Package Included
1pcs SKR V1.3 Board
5P TMC2208 V3.0
1pc USB cable

Any Question about this Board please contact with us

Product Features

  • Using 32-bit main frequency 100MHz ARM level Cortex-M3 series LPC1768 main control chip, the performance has been greatly improved
  • Reserved extended port SERVOS of PWM signal to support BL Touch
  • Support Resume Printing While Power Off,Filament Break Detection,Automatic Shutdown After Printing and other functions
  • The SPI working mode of the TMC2130 driver and the UART working mode driven by the TMC2208, which eliminates complex wiring process and can be used by simple unplugging jumper cap
  • SKR V1.3 board has CE Certification to adopt 4-Layer PCB with “Gold Finish” process which capability is more stable and better heat dissipation

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3 thoughts on “BIQU SKR V1.3 Control Board 32 Bit Board Smoothieboard with TMC2208 V3.0 3D Printer Parts SKR V1.3 MKS GEN L Ramps 1.4 Board”

  1. Best kit for the money if you’re already experienced This SKR v1.3 and TMC2208 kit really are excellent for the $60 price tag. In my case I’ve installed them on a Monoprice MS v2 running at 12v to replace a burned out Melzi board, but installation is difficult if you aren’t either already well versed in 3D printer hardware, or willing to spend hours digging through search engines to learn fast.Suggested Improvements:(to the Manufacturer) While the pictographic “instructions” provided in the Git are fine for anyone already well…

  2. Great board – lousy documentation I almost have this board installed and running properly on my homebuilt Prusa I3 clone. Getting the firmware edited correctly and installed on the board has been a real chore. Their documentation is terribly out of date. Fortunately their Github page does contain an up-to-date version of Marlin 2.0.They want you to use Visual Studio Code to modify Marlin and upload it to the board. The different PDFs and Videos do show part of what you need to do but leave out critical steps. I will…

  3. Awesome upgrade Love this board. No more worrying about not having space to add new Marlin features or listening to loud steepers whine all night. The TMC2208s are silent and the 32-bit CPU on the board is speedy. Install process was simple. Don’t forget to use the CNC FAN port as your part cooling fan and the second heater port for your hotend fan. I use the constant 12/24v port for my control box fan. If you have an Ender 3, I have firmware on GitHub (username: thatguyyoulove) for the stock hardware that…

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