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Kuman Arduino 3D Printing controller kits for Reprap Megatronics + A4988 + LCD2004 Controller + Mechanical End stop + Heat bed MK2B Kit K17D

Item Code: K17D
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  • Description
Features & Specifications:
(1) Mega 2560 R3
(2) 3D Printer Controller RAMPS 1.4 It is designed to fit the entire electronics needed for a RepRap in one small package for low cost. RAMPS interfaces an Arduino-compatible Mega with the powerful Arduino-compatible MEGA platform and has plenty room for expansion. The modular design includes plug in stepper drivers and extruder control electronics on an Arduino-compatible MEGA shield for easy service, part replacement, upgrade-ability and expansion.
(3) A4988 Stepper Motor Driver
A4988 is a complete microstepping motor driver with built-in translator for easy operation
(4) LCD 12864 Graphic Smart Display Controller
This full graphic Smart Controller contains a SD-Card reader, an rotary encoder and a 128 x 64 dot matrix LCD display. You can easy connect it to your Ramps board using the "smart adapter" included.

Package List
● RAMPS 1.4 x 1
● Mega 2560 R3 x 1
● A4988 Stepper Motor Driver with Heatsink x 5
● LCD 12864 Graphic Smart Display Controller x 1
● Smart Adapter x 1
● Cable x 2
● USB Cable x 1
Customer Reviews
Recent Reviews
  • Byjsteponkus
  • Nov 01, 2016
I originally purchased this kit for a second 3d printer that I am currently putting together. I had hooked everything up and tested the controller. Everything was working very well. Then I acquired another printer. I realize that yes, I probably DO need 3 printers, but more rational heads have prevailed and instead, this will soon become the controller for an extruder to convert my failed prints and extra bits of filament into new rolls of acceptable-grade printer filament.
I like that this kit has everything you need for the controller end of things, even the jumpers for the ramps boards. And if you are going to have a display, you might as well have a nice big display instead of a two-line deal. Overall, I am very happy with the operation I saw when I was putting together my printer, and so far, it looks to be promising for controlling the filament extruder.

  • Bynoah sapse
  • Nov 01, 2016
I'm building a reprap Prusa i3 (actually a P3Steel which is a variant) and needed some electronics. Ramps 1.4 is ubiquitous. It's just what you use. This electronics package seemed to have everything I needed so I gave it a shot. I haven't actually build the printer yet so there is no testing of heated bed, etc. However, having put it through some paces with testing after hooking it up to a few steppers and making sure everything worked it passed all tests, so no complaints. This is a fully functional purchase for me and it functions well.

  • ByMicheal Armstrong
  • Nov 01, 2016
it's functional and at a reasonable price. All the components function as they should,Makes life so much easier for printing.

  • ByJason Hitesman
  • Nov 01, 2016
This is my 3rd RAMPS set. RAMPS aren't known for high quality and this isn't exactly stellar...but out of the 3 I've used this one is the nicest. The first one that came with my printer had soldering issues, the 2nd I bought on ebay from China was soldered better but had some broken jumpers and bent pins.

This one came with the longest cables for the LCD out of the 3 I've used - not a big deal but nice as it gives more mounting options. It also came with more jumpers than needed (and none were damaged.) The soldering was still not great but totally acceptable. The RAMPS board even included a header on the 12v aux header which I had to add manually on my other two - nice touch! It would be nice to have DRV8825's (which I prefer) instead of the A4988 drivers but for the price I'm not going to complain. The arduino mega is of course a clone but works just fine and an official "genduino" would cost more than this full set.