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Troubles with Config for UMO+ with Duet WiFi

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Hey

 

Since my UM Mainboard was Burning up i switched to the Duet 3D. Today the Board was delivered. I pluged and wired it, Connect it to the Wifi, but the last step its a bit difficult. Set the config. I tryed with the reprap configurator but i dont know what He wants from me. My English is not so well (i came from austria) so i dont know what i have to die now.

In the First page, i dont know what He wants to know? How big the printer is? The space He can use for the Print? What is the low Side from the x? I dont know there is a Low Side in this Thing. 

It is a Ultimaker Original Plus with the Olson Block and the GT2 belts with the um2 Slider Blocks. May there is a config i can Download to See how it looks and than Change the Details?

 

Greetings Thomas

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