Anycubic Maintenance Guide: How to Replace Motherboard of Photon Mono X 6Ks

Anycubic Photon Mono X 6Ks is a cost-effective resin 3D printer capable of medium-sized 6K high-precision printing. Maintaining the optimal performance of your resin printer is crucial to the user experience, not only to ensure the quality of 3D prints, but also to reduce the trouble of printing failures. In this guide, we will discuss the importance of a resin 3D printer motherboard, providing a step-by-step tutorial on how to replace the motherboard of your Mono X 6Ks.


When to Replace Motherboard

Anycubic Photon Mono X 6Ks is equipped with a 9.1-inch LCD screen, the print details will be more clear and sharp under the 5760*3600px resolution and the 380:1 contrast ratio. Because of its comprehensive functions and high-quality printing results, Anycubic Photon Mono X 6Ks is very popular among 3D printing enthusiasts. The motherboard is the key to 3D printing, it is the control center for the operation of various functions. If the motherboard fails, the various components of the resin printer will have problems cooperating and will not be able to accurately print the model. This will affect the normal operation of the machine and the user's experience.

Motherboards are usually designed to be stable and durable, but there are still some situations where we need to replace the motherboard in time, and restore the normal use of the 3D printer. Physical damage caused by environmental factors, such as impact, exposure to extreme temperatures; wear and tear on motherboard components, overheating; electrical failure or firmware issues can all cause the motherboard to not function properly. It is recommended that you contact the manufacturer's technical team to locate and troubleshoot the problem as soon as possible. If necessary, replace the motherboard with a new one. Anycubic technical support: contact us.


How to Replace Motherboard of Anycubic Photon Mono X 6Ks

Refer to the following steps that can help you replace the motherboard of your resin printer. Please note that you should turn off the printer and disconnect the power supply first, please consider the necessary precautions to ensure safety during the replacement process. There are many cables and connectors on the motherboard, and recording their locations will facilitate assembly on the new motherboard of Mono X 6Ks.

Step 1: Open the printer dock. Use the M3.0 hex key to loosen and remove the screws that fix the base shell of the printer. Unplug the wiring plug connecting the motherboard to the UV lamp driver board, and remove the printer bottom board.

Step 2: Pull off the main board wiring. Separate the LCD screen on the motherboard and the FPC cable of the control screen. Remove the remaining wiring plugs on the motherboard one by one. Use an M2.5 hex key to loosen and remove the screws that secure the motherboard.

Step 3: Replace the motherboard. Replace the motherboard, install and fix the new motherboard with an M2.5 hex key. Install the wiring plugs back on the new motherboard one by one. Connect the FPC wires connecting the control panel and LCD panel back to the motherboard.

Step 4: Install the bottom plate of the printer. Connect the motherboard to the wiring plug of the UV lamp driver board. Install the bottom plate of the printer, and use the M3.0 hex key to install and fix the bottom plate.

Step 5: Firmware and motherboard compatibility is very important, please ensure that the new motherboard and machine firmware match. After completing the replacement, the Anycubic Photon Mono X 6Ks can be turned on, level it again, and then you can run a test file print to make sure the new motherboard is working properly.

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