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blog_15 [2017/10/04 19:15]
99.243.66.198 Changed firmware section from mbed to nuttx
blog_15 [2018/01/07 16:45]
96.255.151.162 [Firmware]
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-This is pretty cool, however, there is some even more exiting ​things to come. We want to rebuild Smoothie on top of a [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Real-time_operating_system|RTOS]]. ​+This is pretty cool, however, there is some even more exciting ​things to come. We want to rebuild Smoothie on top of a [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Real-time_operating_system|RTOS]]. ​
  
 This has many advantages, should make Smoothie run even more smoothly, make the code even better, allow for even more new features, and fix a lot of the limitations of the v1 codebase. This has many advantages, should make Smoothie run even more smoothly, make the code even better, allow for even more new features, and fix a lot of the limitations of the v1 codebase.
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 * We are giving up on the Intel Edison port on the v2-pro. Instead you'll have extension boards that will make it easy to wire Intel Edison, or C.H.I.P or Raspberry Pi to all v2 boards. * We are giving up on the Intel Edison port on the v2-pro. Instead you'll have extension boards that will make it easy to wire Intel Edison, or C.H.I.P or Raspberry Pi to all v2 boards.
 * Stepper drivers : The v2 and v2-pro will get Trinamic drivers. Say hi to silence and super high microstepping. For v2-mini, it'll be either Allegro or Heroic drivers, still working on figuring that out. * Stepper drivers : The v2 and v2-pro will get Trinamic drivers. Say hi to silence and super high microstepping. For v2-mini, it'll be either Allegro or Heroic drivers, still working on figuring that out.
-* Soldering connectors to boards is a large part of the cost of a board, in order to make v2-mini cheaper, it will come with the connectors unsoldered. This and other of it'​s ​characteristics should hopefully bring it down to prices comparable to the cheapest 32bit boards around at the moment.+* Soldering connectors to boards is a large part of the cost of a board, in order to make v2-mini cheaper, it will come with the connectors unsoldered. This and other of its characteristics should hopefully bring it down to prices comparable to the cheapest 32bit boards around at the moment.
 * Boards will now have a JTAG port,​ unsoldered by default. * Boards will now have a JTAG port,​ unsoldered by default.
 * All boards are getting XT30/XT60 battery connectors for power input. Those are really nice, cheap, and easy to get, and will remove some of the current limitations of the input screw terminals. * All boards are getting XT30/XT60 battery connectors for power input. Those are really nice, cheap, and easy to get, and will remove some of the current limitations of the input screw terminals.
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 Another lesser known but really awesome feature of the v2 project, is the planned series of extension boards. Another lesser known but really awesome feature of the v2 project, is the planned series of extension boards.
  
-The Smoothieboard v2 line will have a standard connector for it'​s ​free GPIO : the gadgeteer system. ​+The Smoothieboard v2 line will have a standard connector for its free GPIO : the gadgeteer system. ​
  
 Not to be confused with the Gadgeteer boards and coding environment,​ we are only using the socket and naming conventions :  Not to be confused with the Gadgeteer boards and coding environment,​ we are only using the socket and naming conventions : 
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 We plan on having a full series of video tutorials on Youtube for the v2 series of boards. Learning stuff on Youtube is great. We plan on having a full series of video tutorials on Youtube for the v2 series of boards. Learning stuff on Youtube is great.
  
-That series will cover everything, and watching it in it'​s ​entirety should make you a Smoothie expert, but you can also watch just whatever part you need for your specific project. The videos will also be integrated into the written documentation website.+That series will cover everything, and watching it in its entirety should make you a Smoothie expert, but you can also watch just whatever part you need for your specific project. The videos will also be integrated into the written documentation website.
  
 The community is currently writing the synopses for this series ( help welcome ) [[https://​github.com/​Smoothieware/​Smoothie-video-tutorials|here]]. The community is currently writing the synopses for this series ( help welcome ) [[https://​github.com/​Smoothieware/​Smoothie-video-tutorials|here]].