Will Duet 3 have a Maestro version?
sniper23 last edited by
Just like the Duet 2?
bearer last edited by
Hardly makes sense as Duet 3's focus is expandability while Maestro is economy; but on the other hand its been hinted to a possibility for a future Duet 2 Maestro to be able to work with a Raspberry Pi just like the Duet 3 board.
EasyTarget last edited by
The Duet3D folks will have a roadmap in mind; but for the rest of us it's a wishlist
The current v3 board has an awful lot of stuff built-in, in my humble printers I'd be staring at a sea of empty sockets over most of the board. Wasted potential and expense in my applications.
I can see a place for a maestro like board with the SBC, and maybe the CAN bus brought across. Time will tell.
CaLviNx last edited by
As has been said, it would make logical sense to be able to move certain tasks off the CPU and allow a SBC to handle them, as the technology matures and people become more proficient with the duet 3 and the SBC we will see a user base of plug ins being created which will help with popularity.
whosrdaddy last edited by
I would love to have a "headless/SBC" version of the Duet2 and Maestro.
We are planning to extend the Maestro range with a WiFi version and probably a RPi version, but we're not planning to support CAN on it.