Duet2 WiFi Design Files?



  • I haven't been able to find any Duet2 WiFi specific cases or design files only the Duet 2 Maestro.

    If you search for 'Duet2' or 'Duet 2' you get nothing but Duet cases on Thingiverse.

    I want to design my own but I haven't seen any design drawings or cad files in the documentation.

    I did manage to find the PCB on Github but I was looking for Fusion 360 files.

    https://github.com/T3P3/Duet

    The fact that the Duet 2 specific board info isn't separated in the documentation doesn't make any sense. It should be setup just like the Prusa Mk2 and Mk3 info where the documentation is specific to each board.

    Thanks in advance!



  • There are these (commonly found) versions of Duet.

    Duet 0.6
    Duet 0.8.5
    Duet Wifi
    Duet Ethernet
    Maestro

    The Duet Wifi and Duet Ethernet have been referred to as Duet 2 collectively for a while now, but if you see "Duet wifi" or "Duet wifi/ethernet" and no mention of maestro, 0.6, or 0.8.5, then you are seeing something for "Duet 2."

    I think! 😛



  • I was under the impression that the Duet WiFi and the Duet 2 WiFi were 2 seperate products with different features. For example the documentation says that the Duet2 Wifi can support 5v endstops. The Duet can't but that info was buried in the page rather than being on its own dedicated Duet 2 FAQ. Also when you look at the layout page thats supposed to list all the connectors it makes no differentiation between the products.

    After reading your post I found some clarification here:

    https://forum.duet3d.com/topic/5882/duet-wifi-vs-duet-2-wifi/2

    This should be stated clearly in the documentation. If something is a new series then it shouldn't have the same name.

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    I really don't want to print something just to find out its got the wrong layout because they didn't keep the newer boards listed with the 'Duet 2' moniker.


  • administrators

    The Duet WiFi has been through a few minor revisions, including design changed to make the endstop inputs tolerant of at least 8V. Details at https://duet3d.dozuki.com/Wiki/Hardware_overview#Section_PCB_revision_history.


 

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