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Rumba electronics and Ultimaker Controller support

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Hey guys (and girls)

Did anyone in here try out the Rumba electronics board on an Ultimaker:

http://reprap.org/wiki/RUMBA

And more specifically, did anyone try to connect the Ultimaker Controller to this board?

I tried uploading a version of Marlin to the board with #define Ultimakercontroller in Configuration.h, but no matter how I turn the connectors in the EXP1 and EXP2 ports on the board, the best I can get is two lines of white blocks on the LCD display...

 

As an alternative to the definitive answer to my problems, does anyone know where I can find the layout of the Ultimaker Controller pins, so I can compare them to the EXP1 and EXP2 layouts on the Rumba, described on their wiki...?

 

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