BTT SKR Pico V1.0 Control Board Compatible with Raspberry Pi or BTT Pi for Voron V0

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Product Description:

BTT SKR Pico V1.0 is a customized motherboard designed for the VORON V0 printer, which was launched by the 3D printing team of Shenzhen Big Tree Technology Co., Ltd. 

Key Features:

  • Brand-new Version for Voron V0& V0.1. Featured with Raspberry Pi ARM Cortex- Mo+ MCU PR2040, Bigtreetech SKR Pico V1.0 upgraded on ID design, which coexists of stylish appearance and excellent performances, ideal choice for Voron players. The fuse kit consists of fuse and holder, which enables easy disassembling and installation. Type-C interface allows for main control communication.

  • Perfectly match With Raspberry Pi or BTT Pi. With the Raspberry Pi board frame, Raspberry Pi can be perfectly installed on BTT SKR Pico V1.0, saving internal space. The unique lateral design of SKR Pico‘s seat perfectly matches the space characteristics of the Voron V0 and V0.1 machine that needs to be fixed to the motherboard longitudinally.

  • Mute Printing & Premium Capacitors. Featured with TMC2209 mute driver UART mode, SKR PICO V1.0 supports mute 3D printing. The main version of the chip capacitor (MLCC) adopts high-quality Murata capacitors to enhance the product's quality.

  • Upgraded Heat Dissipation. Upgrade the design of the heat sink and increase the heat dissipation area. Increased controllable fan enables to lower the temperature of the whole machine when the it's working, effectively solving problems related to heat dissipation, and improving on the heat dissipation.

For more detailed information:

https://github.com/bigtreetech/SKR-Pico


Customer Reviews

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Patrick B.
Quiet and Smooth

I bought the BTT SKR Pico V1.0 to replace a MKS Gen L in a CNC Hot Wire Foam Cutter. It was a step up from the MKS board. It drives the stepper motors much quieter and smoother than the MKS. Very happy. Thanks.

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Micah V.
Great board

What a great board, super easy to get Klipper up and running! Shipping was fast and reliable!

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Will
My Favorite "Main" Board

This board is awesome. Its small size fits beautifully in my chassis. It performs very well and has brought new life to some of my older printers. Using the same mounting holes as the rpi is genius. It makes for a very clean installation. I've come to prefer using this board with a pi zero form factor as it stacks neatly above the 2209s and still leaves all the ports accessible.

This board works exceptionally well in conjunction with a toolhead board. As such, the btt pico would benefit substantially from the addition of an onboard can transceiver, or at least supplying 3.3v on the 5v pin next to ground on P5. A more focused "BTT Pico Chassis edition" might be appropriate that is designed solely for use with tool head boards and removes the hot end, laser, and probe ports. To that end, 3 fan ports are excessive as well, and I would prefer a single 4pin 5v or 12v fan port instead that could be used with a noctua fan.

Removing diode 16 (D16) in subsequent revisions would be much appreciated--it's redundant with jumper 3, and I've had to manually short it in order to supply power to my radxa zero over the usb c port, which dramatically simplifies wiring. It would also be nice to introduce a USB PD3.1 port with APDO in place of the main power port that could be configured to 24v either by jumper or I2C wired into the RP2040, which would allow for builds without heated beds to easily be powered by USB C, eliminating the PSU from the chassis while simplifying open chassis builds as well.

Keep up with the great work and can't wait to see this year's holiday releases!

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Volker H.
Good Mainboard for simple printers

I really love the Mainboard, but it was hard for me to find the specs e.g. how much current can a Fan port provide. @Biqu please do some more Info into the manual. This is a great Piece of electronic - i really enjoy

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Jessie A.
Great product, had to buy 5 more

I have now purchased 6 of these boards I loved them so much, but my first one, (after shorting the heater element) died, I tried to reach out to biqu for help but got no response. Thankfully the board is totally open source so I had no issues troubleshooting following the fairly detailed schematics and silkscreen layouts, thanks BTT you're awesome

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