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== Introduction ==
-Welcome to the Wiki for the Duet 2 (Wifi, Ethernet Maestro), Duet 0.8.5, and the Duet 0.6 - a family of control boards for 3D printers and other similar robots. These control boards are based on a 32-bit ARM processor, running [[Firmware_Overview|RepRapFirmware]]. The Duet family can all be controlled through a [[Duet_Web_Control_Manual|web interface]], but they also support a touchscreen called the [[PanelDue]]. They all have a connector for an expansion board containing additional stepper drivers and I/O circuitry - the DueX2 and DueX5 for the Duet 2 (WiFi and Ethernet), and the legacy DueX4 for the Duet 0.6 and 0.8.5, and
+Welcome to the Wiki for the Duet 2 (Wifi, Ethernet Maestro), Duet 0.8.5, and the Duet 0.6 - a family of control boards for 3D printers and other similar robots. These control boards are based on a 32-bit ARM processor, running [[Firmware_Overview|RepRapFirmware]]. The Duet family can all be controlled through a [[Duet_Web_Control_Manual|web interface]], but they also support a touchscreen called the [[PanelDue]]. They all have a connector for an expansion board containing additional stepper drivers and I/O circuitry - the Duex 2 and Duex 5 for the Duet 2 (WiFi and Ethernet), and the legacy DueX4 for the Duet 0.6 and 0.8.5, and
== START HERE ==
* [[Connecting an Emergency Stop]]
* [[Connecting and configuring filament-out sensors]]
-* [[Duex2_and_Duex5_Features|Duex2 and Duex5 expansion boards]]
+* [[Duex2_and_Duex5_Features|Duex 2 and Duex 5 expansion boards]]
* [[Using external stepper motor drivers]]
* [[Adding additional output ports]]

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