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 ** [[/​bluetooth-serial|Bluetooth]] ** [[/​bluetooth-serial|Bluetooth]]
 ** [[Wifi]] ( new ) ** [[Wifi]] ( new )
-* [[Configuring Smoothie]] : Configuration and use, by module+* [[Configuring Smoothie]] : Configuration and use, by module ​{{ :​board.png?​64}}
 ** [[/​configuration-options|List of all configuration options]] ** [[/​configuration-options|List of all configuration options]]
 ** [[Motion control]] : All things related to gcode interpolation,​ motion and acceleration planning, and step generation ** [[Motion control]] : All things related to gcode interpolation,​ motion and acceleration planning, and step generation
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 *** [[6axis]] : Using A, B and C axes, for 4, 5 or 6 axis motion. *** [[6axis]] : Using A, B and C axes, for 4, 5 or 6 axis motion.
 *** [[/​grbl-mode|Grbl mode]] : Using Smoothie in CNC-specific mode instead of 3D printing mode *** [[/​grbl-mode|Grbl mode]] : Using Smoothie in CNC-specific mode instead of 3D printing mode
-** [[Tools]]+** [[Tools]] ​{{ :​glove.png?​64}}
 *** [[Extruder]] : Control extruders for 3D printing *** [[Extruder]] : Control extruders for 3D printing
 *** [[Temperaturecontrol]] : Heat and cool things like hotends and heated beds *** [[Temperaturecontrol]] : Heat and cool things like hotends and heated beds
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 <callout type="​primary"​ icon="​true"​ title="​ The firmware.bin file">​ <callout type="​primary"​ icon="​true"​ title="​ The firmware.bin file">​
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 Note, Smoothieboards come completely pre-flashed,​ you do not need to compile or flash the firmware, unless you want to upgrade to a newer version, or to contribute to the code. Note, Smoothieboards come completely pre-flashed,​ you do not need to compile or flash the firmware, unless you want to upgrade to a newer version, or to contribute to the code.
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-<a class="​btn btn-primary btn-lg btn-block"​ href="/​getting-smoothieboard"><​strong>​Get a Smoothieboard here └[∵┌]└[ ∵ ]┘[┐∵]┘</​strong></​a>​+<a class="​btn btn-primary btn-lg btn-block"​ href="/​getting-smoothieboard"><​strong>​ 
 +Get a Smoothieboard here  
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 ~~CLEARFIX~~ ~~CLEARFIX~~
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 <​html><​h3>​For users</​h3></​html>​ <​html><​h3>​For users</​h3></​html>​
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 * Powerful ( 120Mhz, 32bit ) [[http://​www.embeddedartists.com/​products/​lpcxpresso/​lpc1769_xpr.php|micro-controller]]. * Powerful ( 120Mhz, 32bit ) [[http://​www.embeddedartists.com/​products/​lpcxpresso/​lpc1769_xpr.php|micro-controller]].
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 <​html><​h3>​For hackers</​h3></​html>​ <​html><​h3>​For hackers</​h3></​html>​
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 * Modular, event-driven design, allowing to add functionality easily without modifying the core. See the [[ModuleExample]] * Modular, event-driven design, allowing to add functionality easily without modifying the core. See the [[ModuleExample]]
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 <​html><​h3>​Developer documentation</​h3></​html>​ <​html><​h3>​Developer documentation</​h3></​html>​
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 * **[[Todo]]** : List of the things that are being worked on in the project. We need your help ! * **[[Todo]]** : List of the things that are being worked on in the project. We need your help !