@Veti said in Changing from maestro to WiFi board:
@Phaedrux said in Changing from maestro to WiFi board:
Don't be too sure about that.
yes but dc42 said its getting close to its limit in terms of available ram.
This is an interesting conversation that I'd love to continue on the appropriate thread.
The Duet boards without network connectivity and without its own application interface, moving these services to an external board, it is becoming another Arduino style hardware and ecosystem, where Duet is the equivalent of RAMPS.
It is now going in the other direction of the hardware industry, which is all about concentration instead of external modules.
I bet that the success of Duet boards were mostly because of the single board approach. At least it was for me, a dream to be true, not having to worry with multiple moving parts, a single firmware to worry about, a board that had everything that one needed to.
Not having enough ram looks to me to be a poor explanation. There is probably more about this decision that I am not getting it.