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Printing in Plastic: Build Your Own 3D Printer by James Floyd Kelly, Patrick Hood-Daniel

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C H A P T E R  17

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Wiring Part I

Now that you have all the electronics mounted, it's time to start wiring things up. The wiring process will be explained over two chapters. This chapter focuses on connecting the four-stepper motor drivers to the motherboard, along with a few other connections.

There is no soldering required in this chapter, but you will need a good pair of wire cutters and a wire stripper. Clear yourself a good large area to work, and go slow – the connections you'll make are not difficult, but you don't want to rush things and cut or damage any wires.

Required Parts Summary

For Chapter 17, you will be using the following components: ...

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