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BIGTREETECH SKR 2 Motherboard for 3D Printer

D Printer New Upgrade, V1.4 Turbo Control Board Compitable, Support Tft Display, Bigtreetech Skr 2 Motherboard

H&F Rating 54 reviews
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What We Like

  • Features TFT35 E3 V3.0 display board that offers higher compatibility
  • The module has a large area of heat dissipation pad that can reduce the temperature of the driver when it is working
  • Includes an onboard jumper that allows using hard end-stops or sensorless homing


  • Sometimes may have USB communication problems

Results of our analysis:

We analyzed 2,350 reviews for 13 products in the 3D Printer Controllers category.

We then analyzed 54 reviews for this product. Of these, 31 reviews were recent.

Around 32% of reviews were positive and about 58% were negative.

Final Score:

7.02 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • Easy to install
  • What buyers say about BIGTREETECH SKR 2 Motherboard for 3D Printer

    I have had this board for a month and I almost gave up on it multiple times, but I am very happy with the way it works and I am not going back to my creality silent board.

    The reverse protection works as intended, I accidentally installed a stepper motor backwards, and it told me which one it was so I could fix it, but you will need to have the diagram pin next to you as many of the connections block the wrong direction.

    I was able to get a replacement for the dead board after contacting the store, thanks to the positive customer service for my warranty coverage needs.

    This is a safety feature that works in conjunction with Marlin for the situation where a stepper driver is inserted wrong, and this is something that Klipper has not heard of. This is a safety feature that works in conjunction with Marlin for the situation where a stepper driver is inserted wrong.

    If you are interested in learning, then this board is a good choice, I am not a huge fan of the sd card reader that doesn't auto eject, but I can work around that.

    Common Questions


    Does anyone know if this board will work with the tronxy x5sa?


    Follow the instruction for similar Anet A8 instructions on You Tube, program the SVR 1.4 Turbo board, and choose the type of printer you want.


    Is the issue of substituted mosfets resolved, or do these boards still have them?


    I bought a SKR 2 in July and had no smoke coming off the stepper driver.


    Is there enough ports for dual Z ABL and a filament sensor?


    There are 2 ways of having 2 Z outputs, and the board has 5 Stepper Driver outputs.


    Is this board compatible with the cr 10 mini?


    I have one in my CR-10S that works, you have to install firmware, configuration it for your printer including whichever drivers you choose, probably print a bracket or two to mount it to your printer, or not depending on which controller board you have and change some fan connections.


    Is this board compatible with Ender 5 Plus?


    You will need to load the right profile for your Ender, suggest you to trawl the support groups for more info.

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