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The DuetWifi is an advanced 32 bit electronics for the control of 3D printers and other CNC machines. It has the same features as the Duet Ethernet other than providing a WiFi connectivity rather than ethernet, full feature description is available on our wiki, in summary:
Powerful 32 Bit Processor
Dedicated Wifi module
Super quiet TMC2660 stepper drivers, up to 256 microstepping.
High speed SD card and support for a second SD external card if required.
Dual extruders on the main board, up to 5 more extruders on the expansion board.
High Power rating: Each stepper driver is capable of 2.8A motor current, currently limited in software to 2.4A. The bed heater channel is specifically designed for high current (18A).
Connect via PC, tablet or smartphone on the same network to the on board web interface.
Setup your printer and update the firmware through the web interface.
All common 3D printer geometries are supported
Expandable up to 7 extruders with Firmware support for mixing nozzles and remapping axes to use high power external drivers.
Support for the PanelDue: a full colour graphic touch screen
Provided with Molex compatible plugs and crimps as well as ferrules for power and heater terminals.
The PanelDue is a colour touch screen controller for the Duet and other 3dprinting electronics that support it.
The control board and firmware support 3 screen sizes: 4.3", 5" and 7", at two resolutions: 480×272 (4.3-inch displays) or 800×480 pixels (5- and 7-inch displays). Note that the lower resolution of the 4.3” display means that it cannot display as much information on the screen – for example a maximum of 4 extruders, as shown in the picture.
5V power from host 3D printer controller.
2-wire async serial interface with 3.3V signal level (5V tolerant input).
Connections to the external SD card socket that is included on most compatible displays is available via a 10-way ribbon cable connector on version 2.0 PanelDue boards.
4-wire cable to connect the PanelDue to your controller board for the serial and power connections.
The control board without a screen is also available however a 4.3”, 5” or 7” SSD1963 LCD panel is required and the instructions on David Crocker’s PanelDue blog must be followed.
Based on the DuetWifi by Think3dPrint3d and Esher3d. This reproduction/modification is not endorsed or supported in any way by Think3dPrint3d or Escher3d".