I’d like to design my own custom UI for my Monoprice select mini 3D printer.
But before writing some software we obviously need to know our enemy and reverse engineer all the hardware components.
In this video I will go through every single detail in how I reverse engineered the MP Select Mini (or Malyan M200) 3D Printer.
So if you like, grab a cup of coffee or a beer and join me on my journey.
Code on GitHub: https://github.com/robin7331/malyan-m200-display-firmware
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Tools I used:
🛒 Rigol DS1054Z http://geni.us/u3k2P0P
🛒 ersa i-CON PICO http://geni.us/u3k2P0P
🛒 MP Select Mini 3D Printer http://geni.us/Gfp4
🛒 iFixit Pro Tech Toolkit http://geni.us/qFxs
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Reverse Engineering the Monoprice Select Mini 3D Printer [Malyan M200]