RepRap Touch TFT LCD (mini pronterface style)
by MarcoAntonini, published
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This project is no longer supported !
This display has been discontinued !
This project is out of date (2012) Is not supported in the current Marlin Firmware !
This is a Touch TFT LCD project for my reprappro Mendel.
This LCD works in standalone mode, it has an internal PICASO microcontroller.
The entire Graphics interface is not managed by Marlin Firmware but the PICASO micro.
My PICASO firmware send commands through the GCODE protocol to RepRap main board.
The communication is done by a second serial port.
This is a firmware to control the RepRap 3D printers with a Touch TFT LCD.
It is designed around the 4D-Systems uLCD-32PT LCD model.
Work in standalone mode, no PC is required
Intuitive Touch Interface, no external button is required
Graphical interface 'Pronterface' style
Show SD card file content, print the selected file,Pause/Resume.
Move X,Y,Z axis with a touch
Show Temperature and Target Temp up to two Extruder
Extrude/Reverse Filament functionality (Settings mm and mm/min)
Set HotEnd Target Temp
Set Bed Target Temp
Zprobe and Z offset functionality
Wav Sound to notify the end of print
- Only two pin for communication (TX1,RX1) ,perfect for Melzi/Sanguino board
RepRap Touch TFT LCD (mini pronterface style) by MarcoAntonini is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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