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-**Smoothie is a [[start|free,​ opensource, high performance]] and modular G-code interpreter and CNC control system for the powerful [[Smoothieboard]] 32bits controller. It's designed to be very user-friendly and hacker-friendly. The Source code is on [[https://​github.com/​Smoothieware/​Smoothieware|GitHub]].**  ​ヾ(❀◦◡◦)彡 ​+{{:info_1_.png?40 }} 
 +**Smoothie** is a **[[start|free,​ opensource, high performance]]** and modular ​[[supported-g-codes|G-code]] interpreter and **CNC** control system for the powerful ​**[[Smoothieboard]]** 32bits controller. It's designed to be very user-friendly and hacker-friendly. The Source code is on [[https://​github.com/​Smoothieware/​Smoothieware|GitHub]]. ​ ヾ(❀◦◡◦)彡 ​
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-Smoothieboard v2 is making progress, both on the hardware and firmware fronts. We hope to be able to run a Kickstarter campaign for it a few months from now. Note that even when this happens, it will still take a long time before v2 is as mature and useful as v1 currently is, so v1 is still your best option for a long while. If you want to stay informed of when the campaign will start ( to get those yummy early bird rewards ), help us with the dev, or help us promote the campaign, please [[wolf.arthur@gmail.com|email us]]+
  
-**August 2018, see [[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=vGpA_oNiEmY|the latest update on Youtube]]**. 
  
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 +Smoothieboard v2 is now on Kickstarter ! Get your board [[https://​www.kickstarter.com/​projects/​arthurwolf/​smoothieboard-v2|here.]]
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 +Public service announcement regarding **Covid-19**. If you are helping the Corona virus efforts and **need Smoothie assistance**,​ please **[[http://​smoothieware.org/​coronavirus|Follow this link]]**
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 +Update: Dudes. Wow. I'm getting **so many** requests for assistance with Smoothie. And all from people printing Covid masks. Mo problems must mean mo printing, you guys are **massively** helping, that's awesome. [[https://​i.kym-cdn.com/​entries/​icons/​facebook/​000/​027/​927/​Screen_Shot_2018-12-21_at_2.08.29_PM.jpg|I'​m so proud of this community]] :)
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 +Update2: Why do you all people with non-Smoothie boards come to this website for to see this message so much? Like, genuinely curious, wouldn'​t you be reading your board'​s documentation?​ Are you dreaming you had a nicer board, like window shopping? Anyway, nearly out of boards now, but keep asking.
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-The Smoothie project is always looking for help, whatever your skills are, there are things you can do to improve the project with the other volunteers, if you feel like you could give us some of your free time, please [[wolf.arthur@gmail.com|contact us]].+The Smoothie project is always looking for help, whatever your skills are, there are things you can do to improve the project with the other volunteers, if you feel like you could give us some of your free time, please [[wolf.arthur@gmail.com|contact us]], **help and working together** is what has made this project so neat, advanced and precious over the years, and is **very welcome**.
  
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 ** [[/​bluetooth-serial|Bluetooth]] ** [[/​bluetooth-serial|Bluetooth]]
 ** [[Wifi]] ( new ) ** [[Wifi]] ( new )
-* [[Configuring Smoothie]] : Configuration and use, by module+* [[Configuring Smoothie]] : Configuration and use, by module ​{{ :​board.png?​64}}
 ** [[/​configuration-options|List of all configuration options]] ** [[/​configuration-options|List of all configuration options]]
 ** [[Motion control]] : All things related to gcode interpolation,​ motion and acceleration planning, and step generation ** [[Motion control]] : All things related to gcode interpolation,​ motion and acceleration planning, and step generation
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 *** [[6axis]] : Using A, B and C axes, for 4, 5 or 6 axis motion. *** [[6axis]] : Using A, B and C axes, for 4, 5 or 6 axis motion.
 *** [[/​grbl-mode|Grbl mode]] : Using Smoothie in CNC-specific mode instead of 3D printing mode *** [[/​grbl-mode|Grbl mode]] : Using Smoothie in CNC-specific mode instead of 3D printing mode
-** [[Tools]]+** [[Tools]] ​{{ :​glove.png?​64}}
 *** [[Extruder]] : Control extruders for 3D printing *** [[Extruder]] : Control extruders for 3D printing
 *** [[Temperaturecontrol]] : Heat and cool things like hotends and heated beds *** [[Temperaturecontrol]] : Heat and cool things like hotends and heated beds
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 *** [[killbutton | Kill Button]] and [[killbutton | Play LED]] : S/W based kill and play activity LED *** [[killbutton | Kill Button]] and [[killbutton | Play LED]] : S/W based kill and play activity LED
 *** [[Panel]] : Drive smoothie directly without a host using monochrome lcd screens and click encoders *** [[Panel]] : Drive smoothie directly without a host using monochrome lcd screens and click encoders
-*** [[Smoopi]] : **New**drive Smoothie using color touch screens ​on and rpi+*** [[Smoopi]] : **New** drive Smoothie using color touch screen ​on rpi 
 +*** [[on_boot.gcode]] : Execute G-codes every time the board boots
 * [[Using Smoothie]] : General firmware use * [[Using Smoothie]] : General firmware use
 ** [[Console Commands]] ** [[Console Commands]]
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 *** [[Octoprint]] *** [[Octoprint]]
 *** [[bCNC]] *** [[bCNC]]
 +*** [[Smoopi]] : **New** drive Smoothie using a color touch screen on rpi
 *** [[Fusion360]] *** [[Fusion360]]
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 * **[[Troubleshooting]]** : It doesn'​t work (ノo益o)ノ彡┻━┻ !  ! What to do ∩(︶▽︶)∩. ​ * **[[Troubleshooting]]** : It doesn'​t work (ノo益o)ノ彡┻━┻ !  ! What to do ∩(︶▽︶)∩. ​
 ** [[/​mri-debugging|MRI]] : In the very rare case smoothie code crashes ** [[/​mri-debugging|MRI]] : In the very rare case smoothie code crashes
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 Note, Smoothieboards come completely pre-flashed,​ you do not need to compile or flash the firmware, unless you want to upgrade to a newer version, or to contribute to the code. Note, Smoothieboards come completely pre-flashed,​ you do not need to compile or flash the firmware, unless you want to upgrade to a newer version, or to contribute to the code.
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-<a class="​btn btn-primary btn-lg btn-block"​ href="/​getting-smoothieboard"><​strong>​Get a Smoothieboard here └[∵┌]└[ ∵ ]┘[┐∵]┘</​strong></​a>​+<a class="​btn btn-primary btn-lg btn-block"​ href="/​getting-smoothieboard"><​strong>​ 
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 * Powerful ( 120Mhz, 32bit ) [[http://​www.embeddedartists.com/​products/​lpcxpresso/​lpc1769_xpr.php|micro-controller]]. * Powerful ( 120Mhz, 32bit ) [[http://​www.embeddedartists.com/​products/​lpcxpresso/​lpc1769_xpr.php|micro-controller]].
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 * Modular, event-driven design, allowing to add functionality easily without modifying the core. See the [[ModuleExample]] * Modular, event-driven design, allowing to add functionality easily without modifying the core. See the [[ModuleExample]]
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 * **[[Todo]]** : List of the things that are being worked on in the project. We need your help ! * **[[Todo]]** : List of the things that are being worked on in the project. We need your help !
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