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Azteeg X1 3DP Reprap Controller w/ ATmega 1284P
[Version 2.0] RoHS Compliant
Price: $70.00

Quantity in Stock:(Out of Stock)
Availability:: Will be available July 25th
Product Code: AX13DP


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Description
 
Description:

The Azteeg X1 3DP is an open source controller designed to be used in RepRap 3D Printers and similar cartesian based machines including CNCs. It has all the features needed to run all current and future single extruder designs. Will work with Prusa Mendel, Mendel Max, Ordbot, Printrbot and most 3D printers

The Azteeg X1 is based on Sanguino/Sanguinololu and is compatible with most Arduino based firmware(Sprinter, Marlin, Repetier, plus others.). It is pin to pin compatible with the Sanguinololu with the addition of a FAN PIN. The X1 features mostly SMT parts to ease production and reduce cost.

Compatible with Pololu and Stepstick stepper motor drivers with the ability to use an external power source for the motors with higher voltages.

The Azteeg X1 3DP is your low cost, compact and expandable 3DP printer controller. Fully Assembled except for the white connectors where you have a choice between right angle and vertical orientation. Soldering iron required.

For more information visit the Azteeg X1 reprap.org wiki page

Features:
  • Atmel ATMEGA1284P with FT232RL FTDI USB chip. (ATMEGA 644P on v1.0)
  • RoHS Compliant
  • Compatible with Sprinter, Marlin, Repetier, others.
  • Mosfet control for 1 extruder and 1 hotbed
  • Extra PWM control for small fan or LEDs
  • 3 end stops and 2 thermistor inputs
  • 12-30v input high efficiency switching Power supply @ 500ma max
  • Dedicated uSD card female header [SDRAMPS compatible]
  • Low RDSon Mosfets for less heat buildup
  • Input power selector for micro controller [USB or internal regulator]
  • Secondary power input for stepper motors.
  • i2C, Tx1 serial, +5, GND, SPI and ADC pins on the expansion ports
  • Fast acting blade fuse
  • Both right angle and vertical connector sets included
  • Lots of LEDs, Rx/TX serial, PWR, hot end and hot bed.

What's in the box:
  1. Azteeg X1 3DP controller board with Arduino Bootloader and Test Firmware
  2. Selected connector set option

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

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
Printing like a champ June 7, 2012
Reviewer: Dwayn Matthies from Richmond, CA United States  
Put one of these on my sells mendel to replace the gen6 that I have been fighting with for a while. It runs great now! In Marlin/Sprinter choose board 62 for sanguinololu and you will be good to go. I got 4 more of these too, for printer kits to ship out and I suspect I may be ordering many more.
I definitely suggest getting these

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
This thing is baller! May 1, 2012
Reviewer: naPS from San Diego, CA United States  
Great controller at 1/2 the price of the other similar solutions out there.  I've just finished building my second Ord Bot with this guy, and it's been so easy to work with.  With my old RAMPS set-up, I had to use an external relay to power my heated bed, this thing handles it no problemo, and the mosfet doesn't even get warm.  

All the little connectors and goodies that you need to hook this thing up are included.  It's an amazing product and an amazing price.

If you're building a 3d printer, there's absolutely zero reason you shouldn't use one of these.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
Excellent inexpensive electronics April 5, 2012
Reviewer: Nathaniel Graham from United states  
This is a really nice little electronics package. Compact and inexpensive like a Sanguinololu, but comes mostly assembled and includes a few more features, like the PWM fan control and the blade fuse. I've got this on a Prusa and it works like a charm, and it drives the motors more quietly than the old Sanguinololu electronics did, too.

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Excellent 3D printer controller March 3, 2012
Reviewer: Michael Hensen from Amsterdam, North Holland Netherlands  
I have this board running for the last couple of weeks and I have thrown all kinds of prints through this controller. From simple test/calibration prints in PLA up to 7.5 hours prints. Also have been running 3mm ABS on a 0.35 nozzle for longer prints.
Even having the Hotbed running at 125C didn't bother the controller.

This is the first board I've had running without any additional external cooling!!

One thing to keep in mind that you really need to tune the stepstick or pololu drivers down on there pots.. I took my drivers from a Ramps board and somehow the drivers are more powerful. I now have loads of room left on my stepper controller, more then I had on my Ramps 1.4.

The build quality is excellent and easy to integrate with your 3D printer. All connectors are easy accessible and tidy. Select motherboard as #62 and you are set to do the calibration. (Marlin)

This controller is a perfect and easy to use controller for your 3D printer project ..

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