Alligator Board - 3D Printer Controller
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Alligator Board

The New Generation Electronic for RepRap 3D printer

The Alligator Board is designed to be a complete and reliable solution as RepRap 3D printer electronic control board. The base module features everything you need to build a standard 3D printer, and with the expansion piggy this is the most complete solution for complex 3D printer.

It is based on the 32 bit Cortex M3 ATSAM3X8EA-AU microcontroller (Arduino Due CPU) This represents a big step forward towards greater computing power, compared to the existing solution based on 8 bit mcu. This means that this product is well suited for any kind of 3D printer, and is the ideal solution for Delta models, which require more complex calculus for its coordinates resolution.

The professional design of every part takes care of the needs of the most exigent makers, ensuring best performances in your application.

© 2014-2015 by Francesco Gargiulo. This work is made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. [ CC-BY-NC-SA ] To view a copy of this license, visit

This Designs ARE PROVIDED "AS IS WITH ALL FAULTS. The author disclaims all other warranties, express or implied. The author is not responsible of any use of this design. The author does not guarantee the correctness of the content of this repository (documents, schematics and gerber files), and offers no warranty or support for them. You may use these design files at your own risk, with no warranty about its behaviour. The author is not obliged to release updates every time that he introduces changes to the project. The author may introduce changes to this designs and its specifications at any time, without notice. Also any other information about this product are subject to change without notice. The project must not be intended as completed, but is continuously subject to be updated by the author. There is no guarantee that the documents in this repository are updated to the latest revision of the project.