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Ramps 1.4 LCD with Marlin firmware

Small upgrade for my Prusa Air 2 reprap :).. I got this pcb with rotary switch and LCD from ReprapDiscount, they sell really nice looking and quality Ramps kits for quite cheap. Apparently they sell quite a lot of these LCD boards. 



To get the LCD board to work you need to uncomment kollowing line in your Configuration.h file


// The RepRapDiscount Smart Controller
// http://reprap.org/wiki/RepRapDiscount_Smart_Controller
#define REPRAP_DISCOUNT_SMART_CONTROLLER







Polish translation was done in Google translator probably ;), 'Ubity'? LoL


Starting to love Marlin firmware especially with the ReprapDiscount smart controller.

All the language translations are in the file language.h, choose your language and voila :). Of course some of the translations aren't perfect.

// Languages
// 1  English
// 2  Polish
// 3  French (awaiting translation!)
// 4  German
// 5  Spanish
// 6  Russian
// 7  Italian
// 8  Portuguese

#define LANGUAGE_CHOICE 2  // Pick your language from the list above


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