Anycubic 13 Mega Manual

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Our EZBoard V2 is the latest board from us at TH3D Studio. This board is a drop-in replacement for many printer models from Creality and Sovol.

To verify compatibility see the Supported Printer list below. If you are looking for a high-quality, reliable board that doesn’t require you to know programming to use, then this is the board for you. Unmatched Support – In addition to being physically made well, we also provide 1 on 1 technical support through our TH3D Help Desk and TH3D Live Chat.

Painless Firmware Updates – We also have an exclusive firmware website, called EZFirmware, that allows you to compile firmware without ever touching VSCode or complicated programming options. Build Quality – We use only high-quality and original parts on our boards and our PCB is 4 layers with 2oz copper on every layer. Our screw terminals are from Phoenix Contact.

The other components on our boards are name-brand with tight tolerances. This means your EZBoard will last for years to come and give you a reliable board for your printer. Genuine ST CPU + EEPROM – Our EZBoard is powered by a Genuine ST Micro F4 series CPU running at 168mhz with a whopping 1MB of flash memory. We also have a dedicated 4K EEPROM chip for your EEPROM settings. Unlike other companies who are swapping CPUs to lesser brands we guarantee that our boards come with a real STM32 CPU and not a clone.

Trinamic Drivers – The drivers are Trinamic TMC2209 drivers that provide up to 2A per motor of continuous current and are fully configurable from the firmware thanks to the UART connection between the drivers and CPU.

3、Photon S model printing operation

Need to change motor current or mode? You can do it right from the LCD or Gcode. The EZBoard V2 has been in development for almost a year now and we’ve racked up over 1000 hours of print time on them before ever selling a single one. We’ve performed extensive testing on these boards to make sure thermals are good and there are no electrical issues. You have our word and promise that we will not sell you a board that is not done.

2、How to use Photon S slicing software

Many vendors that sell cheap boards in the 3D printing market have a history of selling boards that have major issues and/or are not even 100% working when they are sold.

  • Here at TH3D, we believe in selling products that are 100% working and not using our customers as guinea pigs to test things out.
  • CR-10 (Regular, Mini, S4 S5). CR-10S (Regular, Mini, S4 S5) – Usually needs Creality Dual Cable LCD Adapter (addon above).
  • If your CR-10S LCD has an EXP3 plug on it then you do NOT need the Dual Cable LCD adapter.
  • Does NOT work with Touch Screen Models. CR-10 V2 and CR-10 V3 are not supported due to mounting differences with the stock board.
  • CR-20 – Needs CR-20 specific Dual Cable LCD Adapter (addon above).

Ender 3 V2 – Needs LCD swapped. See here for details: Ender 3 V2 – Swapping to the 12864 Creality LCD for more features – TH3D Studio LLC. Ender 5 Plus – Needs other addons/upgrades listed below. Needs the 12864 LCD Conversion Kit and the Creality Dual Cable LCD adapter (addon above).

1、Unboxing and Leveling

Does NOT work with the stock Touch Screen, only with the 12864 LCD Conversion linked above. CPU – STM32F405RGT6 – 1MB Flash, 192K RAM. Official Firmware – TH3D Unified 2 (Marlin 2.0). Voltage Compatibility – 12-24V DC Input. PCB – 4 Layers, 2oz Copper every layer. Stepper Drivers – 4x Trinamic TMC2209 in UART Mode – 2A RMS, 2.8A Peak Output, Sensorless homing capable. Hotend Output – Up to 8A Max Load*. Heated Bed Output – Up to 13A Max Load*.

2x Fan Outputs – Up to 2A Max Load*. Filament Sensor Port – Works with our EZOut sensor and OEM Creality/Sovol sensors. NeoPixel Port – Onboard port for powering up to 2A of 5V NeoPixels directly from the board. BL Touch Port – BL Touch (SERVO) header Onboard. 5V Rail Isolation – Prevents backfeeding USB power to the PSU input terminal. Other Details & Features. Onboard 4K EEPROM Chip. Onboard Dual Z Motor Output headers (parallel).

Slicer:Photon Workshop

Hotend Thermistor VIN short protection. Bed Thermistor VIN short protection. Flyback Diodes on all MOSFETS. Serial Header Onboard. *The EZBoard V2 comes with a 15A main fuse. Exceeding 15A total draw will blow the fuse. Up to 20A fuse can be used for higher load machines. Warranty Information. 6 Months Warranty - Our warranty covers any and all defects with the product. If your product fails or has problems within the warranty period you can contact our support team by using the Contact Us link.

(Photo: Zlata Ivleva)

Damage/Failure due to improper installation, improper usage, failure resulting from an issue with the machine the product is installed on, 3rd party products connected to our product, and/or modification of the product are not covered under warranty. After looking into and reading about 3D printing in general, I settled on waiting for the Photon Zero release - and boy did it pay off.

I wanted a printer that could make detailed miniatures and this fit the bill nicely!That said, be aware that you definitely need technical aptitude and to do your research priot to 3D printing with resin. Auto-flip face normal, Only to the whole mesh. Show the part of mesh on the ground.


Add coordinate indication. Add move, rotate, scale gizmo control. Fix color not changed when Change the group after splited. The saved stl file it's model moved if you add support then move the model.

*.Photons file preview image doesnot display on machine. When you open a mesh file, rotate the model then scale will be wrong . Change model interior color. Change machine xsize and ysize to valid print size.

The window default display size. You can rotate the view with any angle.

[Newest] Photon S Firmware V5.10.

While high-end 3D printers tend to have an abundance of connection choices, discount models vary widely in their choices. Some are generous and some are basic, so it pays to assess what a given model offers.



Filament support tends to be a key area that separates the cheaper models from the higher-end ones. (See our guide to understanding 3D printing filaments for more particulars.) Inexpensive 3D printers tend to support a limited number of plastic filament types, some of them only PLA and/or ABS.

PLA (polylactic acid) is a biodegradable, plant-based polymer, while ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is the same tough plastic that Legos are made from. Objects printed from ABS are durable and nontoxic, though the material can be tricky to work with. ABS can emit an acrid, unpleasant odor during printing, and the bottom corners of objects being printed with it have a tendency to curl upward a bit, especially if you are using a non-heated print bed. This can lead to unsightly prints, and/or prints prematurely pulling off the build plate, ruining them.

Many entry-level and low-price 3D printers stick exclusively to PLA. If you want to experiment with a larger variety of filaments—which include water-soluble filament, wood- and metal-laced composites, and both tough and flexible varieties—you may have to pay more, although a few discount models support a wide range of materials.

High-Quality, Packed with Features, Easy to Use, & Technical Support

Although they aren’t printers per se, inexpensive 3D pens are close kin to 3D printers—using the same filament types and a similar extrusion system—and we include them in the 3D printing category. Rather than tracing out a programmed pattern, you use the 3D pen much like a normal pen, except that you draw with molten plastic. You can trace a pattern or draw freehand, and even draw in three dimensions as the plastic quickly solidifies and hardens once extruded.

Most 3D pens cost less than $100, and some cost $50 or less. At a glance, 3D pens may appear to be toys, but some artists and craftspeople have taken to them, as it is possible to make quite complicated and beautiful objects with them. If your aim in 3D printing is something closer to freehand design and free expression than computer-centric, structured, and repeatable output, you might give one a try.

Tested in-house, Not on Customers

Buying a budget 3D printer needn’t mean a world of sacrifice. Plenty of capable and reliable models sell at less than $500, and while they may not be as feature-rich as their more expensive cousins, there's no sense in paying for things you don’t need.

Many casual 3D-printing experimenters will be fine with printing over a USB cable or from a thumb drive, and sticking to PLA may be the best choice for a starter 3D printer. If you focus just on the features you want, you may be pleasantly surprised at what you find. Here we feature the best under-$500 3D printers we have reviewed. Also check out our guide to our favorite 3D printers overall.