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MKS Robin E3 V1.0 Controller Board

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  • MKS Robin E3 V1.0 Controller Board
  • MKS Robin E3 V1.0 Controller Board
  • MKS Robin E3 V1.0 Controller Board
  • MKS Robin E3 V1.0 Controller Board
  • MKS Robin E3 V1.0 Controller Board
  • MKS Robin E3 V1.0 Controller Board
R999.95 (inc VAT) R869.52 (exc VAT)
0.10 KGS
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 Product Description

The MKS Robin E3 is a drop in replacement board for the Creality Ender-3, Ender-5 and CR-10 3D printers.  This board is also an upgrade from the standard Creality board to a high performance silent board, because it features an ARM 32-bit processor, Trinamic TMC2209 silent built in stepper drivers and sensorless homing.

The firmware is preloaded onto the board so it is a drop in replacement, or rather a drop in upgrade.

Installation videos:


  • Compatible with: Creality Ender-3, Ender-5 & CR-10 3D Printers
  • Board size: 100.75mm x 70.25mm
  • Weight: 82 gram
  • Voltage supply: 12 - 24V
  • Processor: 32-bit ARM STM32F103
  • Stepper drivers: TMC2209
  • Hot ends: Maximum 1
  • Heated bed: Yes
  • Controllable fans: Maximum 1
  • Sensorless Homing: Built in (To be activated)
  • Firmware options: Marlin 2.0 or Smoothieware

Included in the product:

  • MKS Robin E3 V1.0 Controller Board
  • 4 x Jumpers
  • 4 x Black Heat Sinks
  • USB cable

Installation Video:

The board comes preinstalled with Marlin 2.0 firmware.   Please view the MKS Github repository for more information:



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 Product Reviews

  1. Not for beginers

    Posted by Franco Coetzer on 27th Aug 2020

    So this is a great board, I bought it because of the TMC2209 stepper drivers, but it was a hassle to get it working. I configured the driver to 256 micro steps with no interpolation, I think this was a bit too much for the microcontroller though it is a 32bit board, it seems that it's only running on an 8MHz clock which may be the cause, but since I configured it to 64 micro steps with interpolation it's running stable not as quiet but if you're used to A4988 Stepper drivers this is a night and day difference.

    also make sure that when you restart the machine that your stepper drivers are configured correctly the board doesnt always load the firmware file correctly just give it a restart or reload the firmware completly, the board was a bit glitchy there.

    If you are able and willing to mess around in configuration files this board is a very good buy.

    Note: Use Mks_robin_e3.bin instead of firmware.bin but that's my fault for not reading the reviews, Check WIKI NOT CLEAR

  2. Wiki not clear

    Posted by Dave Neal on 11th Aug 2020

    The programming of Marlin 2 was not an issue but it is not documented that the .bin file is named after the board and not firmware.bin as with other 32bit boards. Once configured and uploaded to the machine, working well.

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