I will try to have the bulk of this fleshed out before the end of the day this big post so I will need to write it in sections Intro This guide is very much a work in progress, and not complete yet, especially the BLTouch but coming soon. To try and make this easier to digest, I broke the post into 6, let me know if you don’t like it I will recombine them into 1. Topic -------------------- Last Update Intro and Wiring --------- 3/10/2017 PanelDue ------------------- 3/5/2017 DuetWifi Setup ----------- 3/5/2017 GCode ------------------------ 3/5/2017 BLTouch --------------------- 3/8/2017 IDEX --------------------------- N/A (Coming soon) All the below information is available through many sources, but I wanted to try and bring it it one spot so it's easier to digest and all the credit goes to the many authors. I have included many links that detail the information, please use them as I tried to boil down to the basics at keep this as short as possible. Please let me know if anything doesn't make sense, any links need to be fixed or anything needs to be added. Thanks! Wiring Elmoret’s post is great, but there are some minor changes from the prototype board BigBox + DuetWifi controller DuetWifi Wiring Diagram https://duet3d.com/wiki/Duet_WiFi_wiring_diagrams Duex5 Wiring Diagram https://duet3d.com/wiki/Duex2_and_Duex5_wiring_diagram I tried to follow Elmoret's example to minimize confusion, I have a Duex5 installed so my fans will be a bit different if you don't. (Edited from Elmoret's post) Yellow: These are the hotend heaters. Heaters do not care about polarity. Dark Green: These are the motor connections. From left to right: Right Extruder, Left Extruder, X, Y, Z. I differ here, I put the connectors that come with the duet on both Z steppers, took the jumpers off the second Z connection on the Duet and inserted both Z steppers instead of crimping them together. Light Blue: This is the PT100 connection Details https://duet3d.com/wiki/Connecting_PT100_temperature_sensors Again I differ here, the PT100 board pops right into place. In the photo you can see I used RDesign's trick for pluggable PT100's (link below) I has some issues and I didnt quite have the same header so I ended up using the screw terminals eventually BigBox + DuetWifi controller For the Bigbox 2 wire pt100's bridge the solder connection pads circled in red Dark Blue: These are the endstop connectors. You only need to connect X and Y here, the Z-probe is handled later. Note:The BLTouch will connect to the Z-Probe Purple: These are the fans. The 3 connections on the left are PWM, the two on the right. There are 4 fans that need PWM but you could hook both of the head sink fans to one, and the print cooling fans to the other. Or since the 1.1 uses only 1 print cooling fan you could be set here. What I have done since I have the Duex 5, I use FAN 1 and 2 for the heat sink fans, then use fans 3 and 4 for the print cooling fans. Red: This is main power in for the Duet and the Duex5. Please Note: If you are using the Duex5, you need to connect the common of the two boards to ensure they are operating with the same ground potential. Orange: Heated bed power, and the heated bed thermistor. The thermistor does not care about polarity, but you should be mindful of the polarity of the other two connections, especially the main power as I don't believe the Duet Wifi has reverse polarity protection. Light Green: This is the PanelDue and Z-probe connection. Note that the Z-probe connection also needs to be "repinned", as it uses a different pinout relative to the RUMBA setup. Production Version: From Right to Left -> YELLOW --- BLACK --- used --- RED corresponds to -> signal, ground, used and +3.3v Prototype Version: From Right to Left -> RED --- unused --- BLACK --- YELLOW. corresponds to -> +3.3v, unused, ground, and signal. The PanelDue is optional, but probably my favorite part. No more scrolling around from menu to menu - this is kind of like going from a flip phone to a smartphone. Big jump in user experience. Lastly, not labeled is the Ribbon Cable for the Duex5, I don't necessarily recommend putting the two boards in this configuration as its a little hard to get to certain things, like the SD card. However if your heart is set on this, the ribbon cable is 175mm or 7 inches long. I ended up making it custom by cutting down a longer cable and crimping a new 50 pin connector on it.