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The more details we know about the physical, electrical, and mechanical aspects of the printer, the easier it will be to complete the Configuration Tool.

It can help to write these values down for future reference.

This guide assumes you are using the stock Ender 3 kit, and have it wired to the Mini 5+ as shown in part 1 of this guide.

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.

A future guide will go through calibration and tuning to find the best values, but for now we will use the stock values.

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.

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