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[title] What do we need to know?
[* black] The more details we know about the physical, electrical, and mechanical aspects of the printer, the easier it will be to complete the configurator.
[* black] It can help to write these values down for future reference.
[* black] This guide assumes you are using the stock Ender 3 kit, and have it wired to the Duet Maestro as shown in the previous guide.
+[* black] Some values are tied to the physical qualities of the printer and cannot be changed. Other values, such as speed, acceleration, and jerk can be changed to suit your requirements.
+[* black] A future guide will go through calibration and tuning to find the best values, but for now we will use the stock values.
+[* black] ***Warning! Be aware that Marlin uses mm/s for most of its speed values, while RepRapFirmware uses mm/min. The two can be converted by either multiplying or dividing by 60.***