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[title|Duet 2 Maestro]
-[summary]The Duet 2 Maestro is part of the second generation family of Duet3d electronics controllers that includes the Duet 2 WiFi and Ethernet.[/summary]
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+[summary]The Duet 2 Maestro is part of the second generation family of Duet 3D electronics controllers that includes the Duet 2 WiFi and Ethernet.[/summary]
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+== Hardware ==
+
+The hardware documentation for the Duet 2 Maestro is linked from here.
+
+=== Hardware and Wiring ===
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+[image|572|size=large|align=center]
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+As part of the Duet 2 family the Maestro share core similarities with the other Duet 2 boards however there are key differences, described in the hardware overview page:
+
+* [[Duet 2 Maestro Wiring Diagram]]
+* [[Duet 2 Maestro Hardware Overview]]
+* [[FireSafety|Fire safety]]
+* [[Mounting and cooling the Duet 2 Maestro]]
+* [[Connector and spare part numbers]]
+* [[Duet 2 Power wiring]]
+* [[SD card]]
+* [[Choosing and connecting stepper motors]]
+* [[Connecting endstop switches]]
+* [[Connecting thermistors or PT1000 temperature sensors]]
+* [[Connecting thermocouples]]
+* [[Connecting PT100 temperature sensors]]
+* [[Choosing_a_bed_heater|Choosing and connecting a bed heater]]
+* [[Connecting and configuring a chamber heater]]
+* [[Connecting extruder heaters]]
+* [[Connecting and configuring fans]]
+* [[Connecting a Z probe]]
+* [[Connecting an LCD control panel]]
+* [[Connecting_an_LCD_control_panel#Using_the_external_SD_card_socket_on_the_LCD_panel|Using an external SD card socket]]
+* [[Connecting an Emergency Stop]]
+* [[Connecting and configuring filament-out sensors]]
+* [[Duex2_and_Duex5_Features|Duex2 and Duex5 expansion boards]]
+* [[Using external stepper motor drivers]]
+* [[Adding additional output ports]]
+
+=== Choosing components to work with your Duet 2 Maestro ===
+
+* [[Choosing_and_connecting_stepper_motors|Choosing stepper motors]]
+* [[Choosing a bed heater]]
+* [[Choosing the power supply]]
+* [[Choosing a Z probe]]
+* [[Choosing an extruder drive]]
+* [[Temperature_sensors|Choosing temperature sensors]]
+
+=== Compatible add on Hardware ===
+
+There are a range of compatible add on hardware options for the Duet Range of electronics, including the Maestro:
+
+* [[Smart effector and carriage adapters for delta printer]]
+* [[Duet3dFilamentMonitor_RotatingMagnetVersion|Duet3d Filament Monitor:rotating magnet version]]
+* [[Duet3dFilamentMonitor_LaserVersion|Duet3d Filament Monitor:laser version]]
+* [[PanelDue]]
+* [[IR Probe]]
+* [[PT100 temperature sensor daughter board]]
+* [[Thermocouple daughter board]]
+* [[How to include a web camera image in Duet Web Control|IP web camera]]
+
+Please note not all of these documentation pages have yet been updated to reflect the specific connections to the Maestro.
+
+=== Firmware ===
+
+The firmware for the Duet family of boards is open-source, but most users should not need to modify the firmware itself, only working with settings stored on the internal SD card. Nevertheless it is a good idea to update your Duet to the most recent stable firmware.
+
+* [[Firmware Overview#Section_Where_to_get_firmware_software_and_drivers|Where to get Duet firmware, software and drivers]]
+* [[Contributing to firmware development]]
+
+There is also a guide to [http://reprap.org/wiki/RepRap_Firmware_macros|firmware macros here].
+
+=== Updating Firmware and Duet Web Control ===
+
+* [[Installing and Updating Firmware]]
+
+=== Firmware configuration ===
+
+RepRapFirmware is highly configurable so it needs to be setup for your specific printer to work. Considerable customisation is also possible, It is recommended to read the Cartesian printer section below even if you have a Delta or CoreXY as there is general information there that is applicable to all printer types.
+
+* [guide|7|Getting connected Guide] '''''(Note a Maestro specific getting connected guide is required)'''''
+* [[Firmware Overview#Section_SD_card_structure|SD card folder structure]]
+* Firmware configuration '''''(Not yet updated for the Maestro)'''''
+** [[ConfiguringRepRapFirmwareCartesianPrinter|Configuring RepRapFirmware for a Cartesian printer]]
+** [[ConfiguringRepRapFirmwareDeltaPrinter|Configuring RepRapFirmware for a Delta printer]]
+** [[ConfiguringRepRapFirmwareCoreXYPrinter|Configuring RepRapFirmware for a CoreXY printer]]
+** [[ConfiguringMultipleIndependentXcarriagesCartesian|Configuring RepRapFirmware for an IDEX printer]]
+** [[ConfiguringRepRapFirmwareSCARAPrinter|Configuring RepRapFirmware for a SCARA printer]]
+** [[ConfiguringRepRapFirmwarePolarPrinter|Configuring RepRapFirmware for a Polar printer]]
+** [[ConfiguringRepRapFirmwareHangprinter|Configuring RepRapFirmware for a Hangprinter printer]]
+* [[Tuning the heater temperature control]]
+* [[Setting up automatic probing of the print bed]]
+* [[Calibrating the CPU temperature]]
+* For Reference there is a list of all RepRapFirmware Supported [[Gcode]]s
+
+See also the [https://configurator.reprapfirmware.org/].
+
+'''''Note at as at 20 Apr 2018 the configurator has not been updated to produced Duet 2 Maestro specific output configurations.'''''
+
+=== Advanced topics ===
+
+* [[Bed levelling using multiple independent Z motors]]
+* [[Using the manual bed levelling assistant]]
+* [[Using servos and controlling unused IO pins]]
+* [[Setting up to resume a print after a power failure]] or planned power down
+* [[Filaments]]

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