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#6072
msheffield wrote:
Mon Nov 27, 2017 4:44 pm
This DIY DTG forum has a huge amount of knowledge to be had although it is a little confusing with all the updates not knowing when each one was implemented into the line of posts on here. Just to make sure I am on the right course, I just ordered the AIO ARM V2 and other than cutting and splicing the two connectors to input the board in the middle of then plugging the plugs and ribbon cables in is there any other things that need to be done as far as wiring / the board goes? As in anything soldered to it or any grounds that need to be connected? I have read there were in other versions I guess but I can not find anywhere that states this is needed or not needed on the newest board. Thanks, this forum has been a huge asset so far!!
No soldering is required with the ARM V2 board.
#6463
hai andy, saya sudah membaca hampir keseluruhan topik ini, saya sudah memesan keangotaan seumur hidup, tapi saya bingung kemana saya harus bayar, saya tidak punya ebay, bolehkah saya membayar secara langsung ke rekening andy
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By Kjamil
#6901
Andy wrote:
Wed Aug 10, 2016 3:30 pm
The alternative to soldering and doing the wiring is to use the plug in shield board I've designed
Hi there,

Is it available that I can buy?
If so, where to get required ribbons?

Regards,
By matrixx
#6998
Kjamil wrote:
Thu Mar 01, 2018 10:56 am
Andy wrote:
Wed Aug 10, 2016 3:30 pm
The alternative to soldering and doing the wiring is to use the plug in shield board I've designed
Hi there,

Is it available that I can buy?
If so, where to get required ribbons?

Regards,
This Troll Hanamsha Kjamil is just here to promote his YouTube Channel. All his posts were just taken down from T-shirt Forum, And He has been going around tagging his YouTube Channel Link everywhere and pretending he needs help.
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#7008
Hi Andy
I have read your tutorial article, but I still can not ARDUINO CONNECT WITH EPSON PRINTERS + Stepmotor . Attached Images Below I have drawn my circuit board and epson printer system. Please help to draw the missing parts on the picture (Arduino uno, Position Switch Out, Position Switch in, ASF main, Driver Step Motor ...)

Look forward to your help
Best regards!

My printer system:
1. Epson R1400
2- Power 24v 5a
3- Driver Step Motor - TB6660
4- Step Motor 5.6V 1.8 Deg
5 Arduino Uno r3
6- Position switch in, Position switch out
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#7009
Which version of the code are you using?
If it's the code for just arduino then you will need to have the asf still connected to the printer. If it's the aio code you will need to add parts to lower the output voltage of both the pe and asf outputs from the arduino.
The in and out switches are manual switches to move the platen for loading. You need just 1 backstop switch fitted to the back of the rail to sense when the platen is fully at the back.
#7012
reptilesink wrote:
Wed Mar 14, 2018 7:15 am
Which version of the code are you using?
If it's the code for just arduino then you will need to have the asf still connected to the printer. If it's the aio code you will need to add parts to lower the output voltage of both the pe and asf outputs from the arduino.
The in and out switches are manual switches to move the platen for loading. You need just 1 backstop switch fitted to the back of the rail to sense when the platen is fully at the back.
Thank reptilesink
1- If it's the code for just arduino ---> Arduino version: OpenDTG_DIY_DTG_BUILD_00010
2- Because writing here is not the right place, so I moved on to this article
viewtopic.php?f=19&t=1038

Please follow and help me.
thank you!
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