machalla wrote: »
I'm not sure if this is of any help?https://all3dp.com/2/creality-ender-5-vs-ender-3-3d-printer-shootout/
I have an Ender 5 pro but I've never worked with the Ender 3. Its been reasonably ok once you can get the bloody thing levelled properly.
The 5 pro is the same as the 5 except for some improved components. I think aso the silent 8 bit motherboard. Its really not that silent though, loud fan noises similar to a pc or server fan.
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Cork_exile wrote: »
Is the silent motor MainBoard not the 32-Bit board?
machalla wrote: »
V1.15 in the Ender Pro 5 I received.
Some details belowhttps://3dprinterly.com/ender-5-pro-review-worth-buying-or-not/#Enhanced_Silent_Mainboard
"Enhanced Silent Mainboard
One of the key selling points of the Ender 5 Pro is the V1.15 ultra-mute mainboard along with TMC2208 drivers ensuring that the printer stays very quiet. Users have reported to like this feature very well.
Moreover, this handy upgrade also has both Marlin 1.1.8 and Bootloader pre-installed so you can have more capabilities tweaking around with the software.
The mainboard also has thermal runaway protection enabled by default so even if your Ender 5 Pro reaches abnormally high temperatures, there’s an extra layer of protection that this problem will have to go up against."
oscarBravo wrote: »
Silent motors are purely a function of the stepper drivers. Trinamic drivers like the TMC2208 will be silent, while the slightly cheaper A4988 or the likes will not. Trinamics will work with 8- or 32-bit boards.