Maestro be developed to support WIFI?
ansonyang last edited by
I know that there is DUET3MINI5+, but Maestro is a good motherboard, suitable for entry-level 3D printers. Can I develop support for WIFI under the original circuit and remove the Ethernet.
oliof last edited by
@ansonyang nothing keeps you from grabbing https://github.com/Duet3D/Duet-2-Hardware/tree/master/Duet2/Duet2Maestro_v1.0 and running with it as long as you adhere to the license. You may need to build your own firmware though to get a wifi enabled build.
jay_s_uk last edited by
@ansonyang you'll also find that the maestro won't get new features such as input shaping going forwards so is it worth the effort?
you could just use one of the boards supported by the STM32 RRF Project https://teamgloomy.github.io/supported_boards.html#stm32-boards-with-native-support
I wouldn't bother going with an LPC board