Makerbase MKS Robin Nano v2.0 32-bit 3D Printer Control Board Kit


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MKS Robin v2.0

The MKS Robin Nano V2.0 has many highlights and key upgrades compared to the MKS Robin Nano V1.2. It's firmware is based on marlin 2.x, supports uart/spi driver modes, TFT35/12864, onboard 4k EEPROM.

  • Powerful 32-bit 3D printer control board with STM32F103VET6. 
  • Supports Marlin2.0.
  • Supports MKS TS35 touch Screens.
  • 5 AXIS interface for stepper drivers
  • hot bed support
  • 2 extruders
  • 3 thermistors
  • 1 MAX31855.
  • Supports TMC UART and SPI mode.
  • Supports MKS Robin WIFI for cloud printing
  • supports firmware update by SD card

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Package Contents:

  • MKS Robin Nano v2.0
  • MKS TFT35 v2.0 with cables
  • 5 x MKS TMC2209 v2.0 with heat sinks

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4 out of 5 (based on 1 rating)
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A nice upgrade, but a lot of work

I've been upgrading an ancient RAMPS-based printer to something a bit more modern. The MKS Robin Nano 2.0 seems to be a well-made basic board that has all the stuff I was using on my RAMPS board, just packaged better. The design is Open Source (or, at least, published somewhere) which is nice because the documentation is a bit sketchy. Once I figured out the wiring, the actual upgrade process was straightforward, if tedious since every. Single. Connector. needed to be remade (if you don't already have a stash of JST-XH connectors and a decent crimper, get them now; I recommend a PA-09), and don't forget to print new mounts before dismantling the old stuff. I can't comment on the MKS-supplied firmware as I built my own Marlin config. Again, the documentation is a bit sketchy, but it's there on github. Micro-SD card-based firmware updates are a nice touch. I still need to do some tuning and try out sensorless homing, but I'm happy with where I am now. The end product is an old printer that's... not exactly whisper quiet, but the fans and hobbed gear digging into the filament are now more annoying than the steppers.
Posted by C Beauregard, October 24, 2021