Hey everyone! If you’re subscribed to our Sienci Labs newsletter, you might have been curious to see what the “SuperLongBoard” was when it got sent out last night.
I’m super excited to share something that Chris Thorog and the rest of the development team at Expatria and Sienci Labs have been working on that we believe will make big waves in the CNC community.
The “SuperLongBoard” represents what we believe is a massive step in taking the performance and user experience of the LongMill and future machines to the next level at an extremely affordable price.
For a first look at the “SuperLongBoard”, visit the full article here: First look at the SuperLongBoard | Sienci Labs
Very nice, I look to purchasing and trying it out. Seems like an excellent upgrade.
Will there be details about the board dimensions etc to aid the community in making custom enclosures?
Files, drawings, and dimensions will eventually be made public and open source, so yep!
I looked around and couldn’t find a specific statement, but, I’m assuming, that the SLB has a 32 bit processor, instead of the current Arduino used, since it supports grblHal - True?
TMC2160 drivers are pretty cheap…i hope that those or simmilar drivers are in superlingboard, instead of worst toshiba tb6600 drivers.
And to @unique93 we’re aiming to have the TMC2660 drivers no more TB6600