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Bigtreetech TFT35 V3.0 Case PLUS

by hukuma Nov 1, 2019
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It's a nice design, unfortunately the bed adjustment wheel hits the SD card.

Thank you for reminding me! I ran into this limitation myself the other week. I mainly print from USB so I didn't test much on SD card. :/ For others facing this issue, you could print a smaller knob and it should clear just fine: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3703546

Ender3 Small Bed Leveling Knob

Finally someone realized the proper LCD window size.
After many dodge design, this is a first perfectly sized and well developed case for this screen.
Also the best idea that separately printed part under the knob.
Thank you.

Thank you! Happy to hear someone else can appreciate precision. :)

Nice design. Mine was a pain to snap together... it was a very snug fit, but I was able to assemble it after fiddling with it for a bit. This was exactly what I needed.

I mention sanding down one of the pegs in the post-print instructions for easier assembly. With the remix, I did make the fit more snug so it would never slide off. Glad you got it working!

Thank you for this hukuma. I read your replies and my BTT items are arriving in the mail today. I am getting the BTT SKR mini E3 v1.3 with the TMC2209 sm drivers and the BTT TFT35 v3.0 with the wifi module for my Ender 3 Pro. All for the same reasons you explained... I will setup Octoprint tho using an older laptop that has a webcam, mostly for monitoring. I can also(finally) set up my BLTouch v3.1 with my new board... Keep up the great designs...

Congrats! It's a huge upgrade, I'm sure you'll love it.

Here is a guide to setting it all up. The only guide to mention that certain wires are reversed from stock board (hopefully saves you headaches that I had): https://github.com/OughRay/Ender3Modding/tree/master/SKR%20mini%20E3%20V1.2%20%2B%20Triangle%20Labs%203Dtouch

I see you have it on the Ender 3. What board and software are you using? Does the display work well and easy to setup? Thanks for the file.

Upgraded to the BTT SKR Mini E3 V1.2 running latest Marlin 2.0 bugfix branch. Display works well! The firmware for the display is still very much a work-in-progress (for the touch UI mode. the non-touch mode is perfect and works exactly like the stock Ender LCD). I mainly bought it because I wanted to add the WiFi module to it (without having to get an RPi with Octoprint). If you don't have either of these upgrades on your Ender, I highly suggest you at least take a look into the board. The upgraded silence of the motors is worth it alone.

Thanks again for the information. I have the SKR 1.3 DIP board on my Ender 3, and yes......I didn't have a clue how loud my steppers were until I put in the board with the TMC2208's. I already have a Pi setup with Octoprint which works great, but was interested in having more features available on the touch screen. I'm about 50-50 on using Octoprint to control or the display. My stock displays encoder stinks and hoped the touch screen and its encoder might be better. And thought if it didn't take a degree in computer science to get it going, it might be nice. Also I moved my motherboard to the rear and really miss having the SD slot in the front, and felt the TFT v 3.0 might fill in that gap as well. As far as wifi, I'm totally confused if it would interfere with the Pi's setup.
If you have any info on this, I'd appreciate it. Thanks

I'm still in setup phase myself (just wired up the BL Touch), but yeah, printing off SD/USB might be a good upgrade for you with this screen. Funny, I was looking at TeachingTech's rear housing as a next upgrade myself. Will let you know if it prints reliably off the new LCD via SD/USB once I'm all tuned in.