Huxley Fold Panelolu Mod
by natko, published
May work on normal Huxley but you will loose some height.
ThinkPrint3D Panelolu kit
3 Off 16mm M3 screws
2 Off 20mm M3 screws
1 Off 30mm M3 screw
1 Off M6 Nyloc nut.
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Thanks for all the info and input! I'm not the best with electronics - getting better - but I'm happy to say I think I understood what you were saying.
I have the ATMEGA1284P on all my boards as they're the newer ones that RRP is shipping. I'm going to first try and attach a panelolu to my Mendel so I won't have to worry about the RX1-D10 pin yet. The biggest problem is the usage of the PB4 pin for the cooling fan control...
I'm currently assembling my first Sanginololu board as well so I may just attach that to my Mendel and try out the panel then purchase the Panelolu2 board with the I2C adapter for future use with the Huxley.
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Assemble electronics using excellent ThinkPrint3D instructions (but using vero board assemble pots, encoder and reset switch arranged to fit this panel).
The ribon cable I split every second core to allow it to neatly hide in the cable spiral rap.
IMPORTANT NOTE, you will have to free pin 10 by using the standard sanguinololu pin 12 heated bed control, i just soldered the Huxley heated bed mosfet control wire to the pin 12 track on the bottom of the Sanguinololu pcb.
I have included my Huxley Marlin File because I struggled to get it to work with stock ReprapPro gthub Marlin files (think they still developing it), be ware I use 18 tooth T2.5 pulleys and the axis may be wrong way round as I like the cable colours always the same so change firmware to suit.
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