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TL-Smoother module For 3D printer motor drivers V2.0

TL-Smoother module For 3D printer motor drivers V2.0

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  • This is TL-Smoother module For 3D printer motor drivers V2.0
  • This product is a add-on module for stepper motors of 3D Printers mainly used for the vibration of the 3D printer in parallel structure.
  • It can effectively eliminate the uneven signal wave at low speed and low speed to achieve the signal wave of relative voucher.
  • 3D printer accessories eliminator filter debounce pattern 40x30mm/1.57"x1.18"
  • Especially on the DVR8825 stepper drive and the 3D printer under the A4988 drive, you get smoother movement.

TL-Smoother module For 3D printer motor drivers V2.0 

 A smoother module for stepper driver motor is an add-on module for stepper motors of 3D Printers. It is useful for a softer movement in Delta Style 3D Printer as when using DVR8825 or step and drives and A4988/2 driver unit. 

TL smoothers are popular little printed circuit boards (PCBs) that are often used in FDM 3D printers to not surprisingly, smooth out the look of prints. In other words, they reduce surface artifacts caused by irregular stepper motor motion, often dubbed “zebra stripes,” “salmon skin,” etc. These smoothers are often sold as 4- and 8-diode variants, with the 8-diode ones (pictured above) offering a stronger smoothing effect.

They plug into any 3D printer between the stepper drivers and the stepper motors, working their electrical “magic” without any other setup needed. Their low cost, plug-and-play functionality, and seemingly magical effect have made them quite beloved, albeit slightly controversial.

The board provides flyback diodes (freewheeling diodes) for the motor outputs so that they are also protected against induction voltages in the unpowered state of the driver. You will get smoother movement.

Features:

  • Suitable for all FDM types of 3D printers
  • Lower vibration, lower noise, and smoother result.
  • Smoother movement especially on the delta-style 3Dprinter under DVR8825 stepper drivers and A4988/2 drivers.

Package Includes:

  • 1 x TL-Smoother V2.0 Addon Module for 3D Printer.
  • 1 x Cable( 4pin Female to 4pin Female).

Specifications:

Compatibility

All types of FDM 3D Printers.

Product Type

Smoother Module

Cable Length (cm) 10
Dimensions(mm)

40 x 30

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1. What does a TL smoother do?

  • TL smoothers are small printed circuit boards (PCBs) that are commonly used in FDM 3D printers to smooth out the appearance of prints. In other words, they reduce surface artefacts caused by erratic stepper motor movements, which are commonly referred to as "zebra stripes," "salmon skin," or "moire."

2. What causes salmon skin 3D print?

  • Salmon skin in 3D prints is so named because the walls of your model emit a pattern that resembles salmon skin, just like zebra stripes and moiré. Here are some of the possible causes of these issues in your 3D prints: Stepper motor drivers that are outdated. Printing on an unstable surface or vibrations.