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I just ordered this upgraded 2.2 mainboard.https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B078WS3DWF/ref=ask_ql_qh_dp_hza
Anyone know if TL-Smoothers would be helpful or does the new board and chipset pretty much duplicate this functionality?
New board is in. Well worth the upgrade even if it was bothersome that I had to due it because the original failed.
The new stepper controller chips make the motors much quieter and smoother. I'm not even bothering with the TL-Smoothers.
Labeling on the board is a little different though. I was worried when I only saw two FAN connections. Those are both controlled by gCode as the part cooling fans.
Heatbreak fan that should be on if the control board is on: Goes to the 'AUX-1' connection.
The two fans inside the control box go to the two "VIN" connections. Yeah, I figured those should be Voltage IN too, but they're not.
I flashed it with the same PrintedSolid Marlin 1.1.9 that I compiled in September 2019 and its running really, really nice again.https://www.printedsolid.com/blogs/news/installing-marlin-1-1-9-on-your-cr-10s-with-mesh-bed-leveling-thermal-protection-better-menu-layout-and-finally-power-resume
Hi there, I install d TL smoothers on my v2.2 to try to reduce salmon skin effect and did not see too much difference. The issue was with vibration. I solved it with dampers but left the smoothers. I also had issues with BLTouch which I thought was because of the extra smoothers but it was faulty probes...
This board is very good, and can also be used for dual extruder system with just extra wires. I like it very much. I compiled all my infos in a doc there if that can help: