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When we made the PROVer CNC, we worked hard to integrate a number of frequently requested features to really bring our CNC to the next level.

But what about all of our current 3018 Pro CNC owners?

Thankfully, while we don't sell our 3018 Pro with those features, some are able to be added with a little bit of work and ingenuity. The board this CNC ships with has ports open and designated for some of these very features:



Based on the work of Jim Kortge, this tutorial will walk you through the entire process of upgrading your CNC, no soldering required!

What You Will Need to Follow Along:

You can take a look at the tutorial here, and feel free to leave any questions or comments below!

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Created on Posted by HighRPMs Comment Link

arkhh –
I was having the same problem and see they mention that the 3.4 board does not have provisions for an emergency switch. Thought the ‘5v’ pins might be it but now I’m pretty sure they are just 5 volts out and not sure what that is used for (fan?). Since I only used one end stop switch for the top of Z I plan to use the remaining switch pins as the E-stop. I checked and hitting a end stop switch does halt the machine but I cannot see how to continue the job from there but it’s good enough for now if there is an actual emergency.

Created on Posted by arkhh Comment Link

I’m trying to install ans emergency stop switch, the tutorial tells to wire it with A0 pins, but on the woodpecker 3.4 There is Not A0.
Where to wire the switch so ?

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