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BIGTREETECH TFT35 E3 V3.0 Touch Screen Display RepRap Smart Controller Panel

Skr Mini E3 Skr E3 Dip Board, 32 Bit High Performance Microprocessor, Simulated Skr Mini E3Skr E3 3D Printer, Simulated Skr Mini E3, Simulated Touch Screen, V3.0 Touch Screen Display Reprap Smart Controller Panel Compatible

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Created with Raphaël 2.1.28.6010
H&F Rating 83 reviews
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What We Like

  • Two working modes can be used that meet varied requirements
  • Equipped with an automatic shutdown feature that makes it easy to use
  • Comes with a touch screen that makes it easy to operate

Disadvantages

  • SD card may not have a BIN file

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8.60 out of 10, based on these 9 factors:

  • Durability
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  • Value for money
  • Touch control
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  • Easy to install
  • What buyers say about BIGTREETECH TFT35 E3 V3.0 Touch Screen Display RepRap Smart Controller Panel


    I was able to fix it by disabling the function in Configuration_adv.h. After I grounded the mainboard and everything else better to the system, I haven't noticed any more glitchiness.


    There is some confusion about where to plug in your BLtouch, if applicable, but the answers are easily found in community resources.


    The thing is well done, and it has a touch screen that makes some tasks very simple and understandable.


    If you still want to use the 1.2 board, I would recommend an extra heatsink on the mosfet chip, and make sure the fan is clear of dirt, since the newer version of the board seems to address the overheating issue with the mosfet.


    The thing is much more responsive than the stock DWIN screen and there are many options in the config file that do not need a recompilation.

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