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Azteeg X3 3DP Reprap Controller w/ ATMEGA2560
RoHS Compliant
Price: $109.99

Quantity in Stock:13
Availability:: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Business Days
Product Code: AX33DP


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Description:
Changes on version 2.0 of the Azteeg X3 Controller.
  • Digital pot control for stepper drivers ( on SD8825 drivers only)
  • 2A internal +5V supply capacity
  • More robust SD card slot with push-in push-out mechanism
  • 4 Layer, 2 Oz copper PCB ( including internal layers)
  • 2 High capacity servo control on top cover
  • Decay mode setting solder jumpers for SD8825 stepper drivers
  • Improved layout for better current handling, heat dissipation.and minimize noise.
  • Changed to through hole USB mini B connector
  • Plus other minor changes to improve performance and stability.
The Azteeg X3 is a full featured, easy to use 3D printer Electronics powered by the reliable and powerful Atmel ATMEGA2560 micro controller.The X3 is designed with excellent high current capability to run most 3D printer configurations including those with dual extruders and large, power hungry heated beds.. Will work with Prusa Mendel, Mendel Max, Ordbot, Printrbot and most 3D printers.

We've combined the RAMPS and the Arduino Mega into one sleek package, added lots of cool stuff, beefed up power handling and made the Azteeg X3 pin to pin compatible with the popular RAMPS controller. This means you can use it right out of the box. Compatible with all mainstream reprap 3D printer firmwares including SPRINTER, MARLIN, REPETIER and others.

The X3 has a removable top shield to physically protect its parts which also doubles as an expansion board. Printing via micro SD card is now easier with the built-in microSD slot and also has built in buzzer.

For more information on installation visit the Azteeg X3 reprap.org wiki page

Check the "Detailed Options" Tab for descriptions of all the available options.


Features:
  • Atmel ATmega 2560 with FT231x FTDI USB chip
  • Compatible with Sprinter, Marlin, Repetier, others.
  • Total of 8 stepper motor control including 3 external for high current stepper drivers(v1.1 shield)
  • Mosfet control for 4 Hotends and 1 hotbed using latest shield
  • 4 low power PWM Mosfet driven outputs for LEDs and Fans
  • 2 High capacity servo outputs on cover
  • 6 end stops and 3 thermistor inputs
  • Wide input high efficiency switching Power supply (5v @ 2000ma max on V2.0)
  • microSD card socket built-in
  • On board buzzer
  • Fused and Zener protected +5v Vcc line.
  • Ultra Low RDSon, High power Mosfets for minimal heat buildup
  • Input power selector for micro controller [USB or internal regulator]
  • Secondary power input for stepper motors.
  • High current capacity connectors and PCB traces.
  • Made with 4 layer 2 oz. copper (per layer)
  • Shield to protect electronics and act as expansion board
  • i2C, +5, GND, SPI and Analog/Digital pins on the expansion ports
  • Fast acting blade fuse
  • Screw terminal or crimp type connector options
  • Lots of LEDs, Rx/TX serial, PWR, hot end and hot bed.

What's in the box:
  1. Azteeg X3 3DP controller board with Arduino Bootloader and Test Firmware
  2. Shunt Jumpers

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Azteeg X3 in action


Average Rating: 4 of 5 | Total Reviews: 6 Write a review »

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My best board out of 4 boards of my experience. June 26, 2015
Reviewer: tsohr from Suwon, Gyeonggi South Korea  
I tried RAMPS 1.4 (* 5 times failure), Melzi Ardentissimo, PrintrBoard Rev B, and this.

Is my first time to use non A4988/A4982 series controller... much quiter and smoother, astonished!

I was suffered from random motor driver short many times, but this board seems quite rigid. There were serveral eletric surge and all the others were dead, but this alive!

It was a little expensive compared to other 4 boards, and it's worth to experience..
Finally I'm happy with it now.

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Board is excellent, peripherals not well documentd May 14, 2015
Reviewer: Rogan Dawes from Craighall, Gauteng South Africa  
I've been very happy with this board, although trying to get things like LED strips and fans, etc, working using the D4, D5, D6, D11 pins has proven impossible to work out.

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Nice Board Build and Design April 14, 2015
Reviewer: Nung bedell from Saint Petersburg, FL United States  
Great board.  I had to revert Arduino Studio to 1.0.6 (not latest) in order to work with bootloader.

Great with the new VIKI LCD 2.0, but was challenging to get working.

I have the two devices working here https://github.com/nungster/Marlin

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Excellent product! November 10, 2014
Reviewer: Chris Myers from FL United States  
I fried the RAMBO board in my MakerGear M2, bought this as a replacement. The wiring diagram is well documented. It did take me a few minutes to find where I had to customize the Marlin firmware to get my fans running, but overall was straight forward.

This controller board combined with a new E3D v6 hot end, is hands down producing the best prints I have seen come off of my printer to date!

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Azteeg X3 October 16, 2014
Reviewer: Leav  
Great little board with zero problems for us! very happy :)

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