The BIGTREETECH MANTA E3EZ V1.0 is a motherboard developed by the 3D printing team of Shenzhen Bigtree Technology Co. to help you to take your Ender 3 to the next level whether that means running Klipper or even Marlin with all of the latest features. This is our first motherboard that incorporates “Manta” technology (B2B connectors for the CB1 or CM4 modules) and “EZ” technology (the ability to use the latest EZ drivers). Simply plug in the CB1 core board and EZ drivers on the motherboard to upgrade your Ender 3 printer to run Klipper. Due to there being no need for an external raspberry pi the Manta series saves you messy cabling and results in a highly compact implementation.
MANTA series motherboards support SPI and HDMI screens.
The Manta E3EZ is directly compatible with the Ender-3. Since we crammed so much into this board, we were unable to keep the size 100% compatible with other Ender machines and so minor, printable adapters are required. To check if your machine requires an adapter, see this link:
The board with CB1 and TFT35SPI is not mounted on the 3D printer, only tested it lying on the table (motors, BlTouch, EndStops, ...). Everything works on the first try. I will mount the board on the printer in the next few days.
This was an awesome upgrade for my Ender 3 V2. Made switching to Klipper a breeze and runs beautifully. The only issue is with the stock electronics case there isn’t room to use the USB ports for things like cameras. But there are replacement cases you can print easily that makes it top access and you can then use the USB ports. I can safely say I would recommend this to anyone with an Ender that wants to upgrade to Klipper and gain a BUNCH of new features as well!
Worked fine for me. Plugged in with the CB1 and all worked like expected.
Bought it as a set with CB1 to my Sovol SV06 Plus, additional z driver is great, so far all works good. Could only have 1 more PWM driven fan port, buy except of that it's all great.
This was a great upgrade to the ender 3 v2 a quick easy swap and the online guide was on point I had its setup and running in a couple hours.