Based on the ATmega2560 microcontroller, allows you to manage four bipolar stepper motors to drive the mechanics of a 3D printer (X, Y, Z and a fourth motor for the extruder), the heater of the extruder, the heated plate and a fan. Also provides two inputs to read the temperature, a converter USB/serial port for interfacing the ATmega with the computer, an ICSP header, three inputs for limit switches (XSTOP, YSTOP and ZSTOP) and various status LEDs. It can be programmed directly from the IDE Arduino, taking advantage of the large amount of firmware and libraries that the RepRap community exchanges and updates daily on the web. The microcontroller ATmega2560, supplied with the firmware Marlin Erik van der Zalm properly configured to drive our electronics, is able to accommodate the Flash reserved for the program (256 kB) more lines of code, enabling you to implement more functionality than typical control card for 3D printers available on the market.
It's possible to connect 2 steppermotors for the Z-axis.
3D printer controller (without driver)
- Brand: Futura Group Srl
- Product Code: 7350-3DCONTROLLER
- Availability: In Stock