List of products by manufacturer BigTreeTech

As a relatively unknown yet up-and-coming brand in the world of 3D Printing, BigTreeTech has hit the ground running by taking their time to carefully observe (and actually use) all of the good, bad and downright silly parts and ideas in 3D Printing, and turning that experience into foundational knowledge for how their custom boards, components and now entire 3D Printers should be made.

This slow but powerful approach has garnered them one of the most impressive category line-ups to date, with truly unique high-class boards, displays, drivers, motors and more – but all at a realistic price that they, as Makers themselves, would be happy with.


As one of the rising stars in the world of 3D Printer Component Research and Development, BigTreeTech have certainly hit the ground running, entering the market in 2015 and spending their early stages primarily learning, researching, testing and developing, before producing some truly impressive results. From simple but effective upgrades to standard parts, all the way through to completely custom parts that no other brand offered at the time, BigTreeTech now have an incredibly diverse range, with almost no area of 3D Printing being left out.

Some of BigTreeTech’s most notable additions to the world of 3D Printing include the SKR Motherboard Range for numerous different 3D Printer models, the awesome TFT Touch Display Range with fancy features like dual-mode operation, as well as their very impressive Stepper Driver Range that cater to all tastes and preferences under the sun. And of course, to top it all off, BigTreeTech also have a sister company named BIQU, and we must admit that they have been producing some pretty impressive (and low price) 3D Printers, with the BIQU B1 possibly becoming a new rival to the Ender 3.

Of course, it’s easy to see that BigTreeTech are modern masters of 3D Printing R&D, and while we do still have a lot of different parts that we want to test out from them, so far we’ve been extremely happy with what they’re capable of producing – all while fitting into same kind of hobbyist budget that they used to operate on as Makers and Tinkerers themselves.

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