The Arduino Due is 32-bit microcontroller board based on an Atmel SAM3X8E ARM Cortex-M3 32-bit CPU. The Arduino Due has an 84MHz CPU Clock, 96 KBytes of SRAM, and 512 KBytes of flash memory. Like its 8-bit counterpart the MEGA2560, it can interface with stepper motor shields to control a whole range of machines from 3D Printers to CNC Machines. If you are looking to control a 3D Printer then our RADDS board takes full advantage of the features the Due has to offer.
Unlike most other 8-bit boards, the Arduino Due has a 3.3V Operating voltage, therefore some components may not be compatible. If used with the RADDS shield, the Due can be powered through the shield from 10 – 25V.
A revolution is coming… one where our 2D thoughts are turned into 3D realities and where you have full control of your creative experiments, with a little help from an online expert community that loves to share what we do. Ooznest is a proud cog in that machine - supplying the 3D printing community with what they need to grow and thrive.