Sanguino3 G-Code

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Sanguino3 G-Code is the protocol by which 3rd-generation RepRap Project electronics communicate with their host machine, as well as the protocol by which the RepRap host communicates with its subsystems.[1] It can also be written in a binary format to storage for later replay, usually in a file with a ".s3g" extension.[2]

The protocol is intended as a simplification of G-code, to ease processing by the somewhat limited CPU of the Sanguino, an Arduino-based controller.

  1. ^ RepRap Project, RepRap Generation 3 Protocol Specification v1, retrieved 2011-05-01, no longer works, dead follow link 2013-02-17
  2. ^ ReplicatorG, Sangiuno3G, retrieved 2011-05-01