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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
  
Due to minor design modifications, each batch from Inventables varies slightly from the last. To view the information most relevant to your build, select the appropriate batch number below:
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Due to minor design modifications, each batch from Inventables varies slightly from the last. To view the information specific to your build, see [[Assembly step 14]].
 
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*[[Kickstarter_Electronics|Kickstart Electronics]]: July 2011
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*[[PreInventables_Electronics|Pre-Inventables Electronics]]: August 2011 - March 2011
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*[[Inventables_Electronics_Batch_1_overview|Inventables Batch #1 Electronics]]:
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*[[Inventables_Electronics_Batch_2_overview|Inventables Batch #2 Electronics]]:
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*[[Inventables_Electronics_Batch_3_overview|Inventables Batch #3 Electronics]]:
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*[[Inventables_Electronics_Batch_4_overview|Inventables Batch #4 Electronics]]:
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Basically, one has:
  
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* Arduino (this is the processor / control board)
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* grblShield (this actually mounts the stepper drivers which control the motors)
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* power supply (provides 24v of DC power, transforming it from whatever AC power your locale uses)
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* E-stop (emergency stop --- optional, though highly recommended as a safety feature)
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* wire and connectors
  
 
=== Next: [[Assembly step 1]] ===
 
=== Next: [[Assembly step 1]] ===

Revision as of 07:38, 9 April 2013

Overview

Due to minor design modifications, each batch from Inventables varies slightly from the last. To view the information specific to your build, see Assembly step 14.

Basically, one has:

  • Arduino (this is the processor / control board)
  • grblShield (this actually mounts the stepper drivers which control the motors)
  • power supply (provides 24v of DC power, transforming it from whatever AC power your locale uses)
  • E-stop (emergency stop --- optional, though highly recommended as a safety feature)
  • wire and connectors

Next: Assembly step 1