Wiring the DUET Wi-Fi to the Ender 3





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Published on Sep 1, 2018

This is Part 2 of the series where we upgrade an Ender 3 to be competitive with the Prusa I3 Mk.3 for less money than you would spend on a Mk.3. This video is all about the wiring - where to connect things and how to do it.

To get the printable .stl files shown in the video and also a working build of the firmware: https://bit.ly/2uyR9vl

Cost accounting so far:
Ender 3 $235 (with shipping)
Duet Wi-Fi $170 (with shipping from Filastruder)
Filament Sensor $25
BLTouch $38 (from Matter Hackers, shipping?)
Noctua Fans $31
Jumper Wires $6
Buck Conferters $6
TOTAL $511

Full Disclosure: I was given all the products in this video by the respective manufacturers for the purpose of making review or instructional videos. The exception is the Noctua fans which I purchased on Ebay. I do not accept payment from the manufacturers, and I do my best to present unbiased information to you, my viewers. i.e. Just because it was given to me doesn't mean I'm going to say good things about it. If it's crap, I will tell you. Unfortunately, these videos do not generate enough income to purchase the products I review. Therefore, I have to ask the respective companies to give them to me, and if a company is not willing to provide the unit I do not make a review.


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