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STM32 and Marlin

Discussion in 'Controller Boards' started by parasole, Aug 14, 2016.

  1. parasole

    parasole New

    Jul 12, 2016
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    I posted this on RepRap forum, guess should be of interest over here too...

    St Microelectronics came out with evaluation board for quite decent cost considering ported Marlin with added wireless connectivity and web server, all on their STM32F401...
    There are also Nucleo boards available on this CPU which with an added shield could be turn out in quite cost efficient controller...

    STEVAL-3DP001V1 - Evaluation board for 3D printer - STMicroelectronics

    St3dPrinter (ST3dPrinter) · GitHub

    Key features & Benefits
    • Adaptable to any 3D printer mechanics
    • Based on open-source Marlin firmware
    running on STM32
    • Driving up to 6 axes (3 extruders) with
    programmable motor currents via firmware
    • Controllable by portable devices thanks to
    embedded Wi-Fi module
    • Controlling up to 3 hot ends and 3 fans
    • Supports up to 3 heated beds
    • Easy firmware customization thanks
    to embedded debugging tool and
    OpenSTM32 environment
    • USB and microSD peripheral support

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