This filter module is used as an addon module for stepper motor drivers on 3D printers, it provides flyback diodes (freewheeling) for the motor outputs, as well as protection against inductive voltage spikes when the printer is not running.
With this arrangement, you will be able to get smoother movement especially on delta style 3D printers that are driven by DVR8825 stepper drivers or by A4988 / 2. Additionally, I3 and UM models can be used, and the clipping effects will vary based on the machine
Included in the package 4 pieces of the TL smoother add-on module, as well as 4 pieces of jumpers
Questions & Answers
Could you tell me which plug is for the motor and which is for the print driver? Or is there a difference in the way the two plugs are connected?
You can watch YouTube videos to find out more.
The TL smoothers for 3D printers are plug and play?
In fact, I got these for my brother's 3d printer, and he found them to be effective
Earlier today, I got mine so that I could put it A stepper motor was changed when Ender changed the drive. There are 6 pins on the motor! Wires are only used for four. ?
The model I am using is not pro. There are only four wires on my board. Honestly, if you have 6 motors, you should look for smoothers with 6 as well. With a WFW converter, I would imagine they lose some of their effectiveness.
Selected User Reviews For SIQUK 4 Pcs TL Smoother Addon Module 3D Printer Accessories Filter for Pattern Elimination Motor Clipping Filter 3D Pinter Motor Drivers
It was impossible to find any instructions or documentation
| Jun 29, 2021
The device works well, but be on the lookout for It is a pity that one of the boards wasn't working properly, because I would have given 5 stars
It is not unusual for electronics to look fine when tested in manufacturing but malfunction after that. Having installed the boards in my Creality Ender 3 Pro, I am in the process of testing them. After I turned the printer back over and turned the axes manually (without any power), I went to move the print heads. There are two types of Y-shaped curves The left axis moved smoothly, and the right axis moved smoothly It moved smoothly on the Y axis, but not on the X axis This was not the case with axis. Despite being a moving vehicle, it was very difficult to maneuver. It did not move smoothly. I don't know I've either shorted something or damaged the axis in some way. When I inspected the gantry, I did not notice any failures I then turned the printer on its side and disconnected the X-axis. It is connected to the axis. I've got it! Smooth movement was then observed on the axis. After that I moved the board I had attached to the extruder to the XY plane A solder bridge shorted two of the pins on the board that caused the issue.
I inspected the board that caused the issue and discovered it had been shorted. After removing the bridge, reinstalling the board, and turning the printer on its side, everything moved smoothly by hand. I fired up the printer, checked for smoke (there was none), switched the axes around, heated the nozzle, and verified extruder movement.
The quality of the printed document seems to have improved recently. As well as running quieter, the machine is also more responsive. Still, I see some artifacts appears in the print, although they are significantly less noticeable. There may be a few more adjustments I need to make. As far as print quality is concerned, I can say there has been an improvement. As a result of the bad board, I docked the rating for the install. You can argue that I should have examined the board. But most consumers are not going to bother checking It is probable that the individual on the left would have set the machine right and applied power. recommend the product. You may want to give it a look before you install it to ensure it is in good condition.
| Jan 18, 2021
I was unable to use my Ender 3 Pro with this
This has caused an issue with my Ender 3 Pro not being able to auto home properly. There was a continuous attempt by the printer to home in a My Ender 3 Pro began to function normally again after I removed the TL Smoothers from it. The codes did not work for some reason.
| Jul 22, 2020
Working on the LK4/U30- It takes a moment to plug in
I am testing this on a Longer LK4 which has essentially the same functionality as an AlfaWise U30 (but with a few With this LK4, I am able to print on the go and simultaneously use my Prusa MKi3S+ In addition to smoothing, the board is very quiet. As I have never noticed any major issues with print quality with my LK4, I initially purchased these just for the noise reduction feature. I then printed Benchy with the new installers and found that it produced some surprisingly good results compared to the stock installation. It is a simple process. You will have to connect the stepper motor to the MB and plug each one in. This has been said before, but you need to plug this into the MB side. Most steppers, if not all, use 5-volts. It is almost always a 4-pin connection, but they frequently convert to a 6-pin The 3D print boards use this pin to connect to the MB. Installation was most difficult due to the time it took to remove the cover and place them. There is a chance that the included jumpers could be 2" longer so that I could attach them to the railing. Honestly, I am not sure which port does what to the MB, and which port does what to the stepper. However, I navigated all of my projects using the "ST1" port on the MB without issues, and I had no issues crossing axes. Install on your computer by plugging it in. The quality of the print improved, however I didn't see any reduction in noise. However, quality always counts when it comes to 3D printing.
| Sep 24, 2020
On my Sunlu S8, I reversed the direction
My machine booted up quickly and easily, so when I turned it on again, I entered my home button. While I was trying to make the machine go in the correct direction, it kept trying to go in the opposite direction. I flipped each connection and tried again but they went the wrong way each time. I tried adding them back up one at a time, but the chip always put them in the wrong way. I thought implementing them wrong was the problem, so I tried it again and again. Although I would love to see them working, until I can find some documentation to explain why/how this is happening to me, they are going in the drawer to remain hidden until I can get them working.
| Jul 08, 2020
There are little things that make a lot of noise
Please note that Although I haven't tried them yet, I'm curious as to whether they will make my printer any better. I bought my printer a while ago and it's supposed to be quite good. However, it made my drivers a lot I am unsure of the reason. I don't know why they chose to make the mottors louder, since I didn't make the mottors go backwards or anything like that. I'm not sure if you can hear it at the beginning of the video, but when it goes on x is when it gets a lot louder.
| May 28, 2021
My Ender-I have finally been able to install them Installing one of these devices is very difficult due to the shortness of the wires
As soon as they started up, I made a product on this printer that I had previously manufactured on this printer, and I could not tell any difference. They do function, but they don't really make a difference, so it was a waste of time and money.
| Aug 27, 2020
The installer is easy to use
Before I even printed my first print, I installed this upgrade on my ender 3 pro. My results after adding them have been fantastic. I can't speak for the quality before I installed them, but the results I have gotten afterward are excellent. It was also super easy to install and took only 5 minutes. The images below demonstrate the results of a few of my prints after I applied the TL smoothers.
| Feb 11, 2021