Revision to Root
|-||== Introduction ==|
|-||Welcome to the Wiki for the Duet 3, Duet 2 (WiFi, Ethernet and Maestro) and legacy Duets (0.6 and 0.8.5) - control boards for 3D printers and other similar robots.|
|-||These control boards are based on a 32-bit ARM processors, running [link|https://docs.duet3d.com/en/User_manual/RepRapFirmware|RepRapFirmware]. The Duet family can all be controlled through a [link|https://docs.duet3d.com/User_manual/Reference/Duet_Web_Control_Manual|web interface,] but they also support a touchscreen called the [link|https://docs.duet3d.com/Duet3D_hardware/Accessories/PanelDue|PanelDue].|
|-||They all have expansion capabilities, for additional stepper drivers and I/O circuitry. ***[link|https://docs.duet3d.com/en/Duet3D_hardware/Duet_3_family|Duet 3]*** expansion is via the CAN-FD bus, and can connect to multiple Duet 3 Expansion and Tool boards. Duet 2 and legacy Duets have a connector for an expansion board. For the ***[link|https://docs.duet3d.com/en/Duet3D_hardware/Duet_2_family|Duet 2 WiFi and Ethernet]*** there is the Duex 2 / Duex 5 and the Duet Expansion Breakout board (for external drivers). For the ***Duet 2 Maestro*** there is the Dual Stepper Expansion. For legacy Duets there is the DueX4. See the relevant [link|https://docs.duet3d.com/en/Duet3D_hardware/Hardware_overview|Duet Hardware] section for details.|
|-||== START HERE ==|
To undo the changes made by this version, click 'Revert Changes.' This will automatically restore the previous version of this guide.