Topics around mechanical design, controller and electronics. Mods & hacks welcome.
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It would appear your right. I guess instead of wasting my time trying to get it to work with Raise3D hardware. I'll just buy a Duet2 board and hook it up and then use it with the Klipper firmware. Basically your 3D printers board just handles the movements. All the calculations are done on another machine running a Klipper master that then sends a stream of movements to the board. Allows for more advanced calculations as most 8 bit controllers take shortcuts on the calculations due to lack of process power for advanced calculations.
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