|Supported_Moshi_Board.pdf||Use this to check compatibility.|
|Wiring_Diagram.pdf||Conversion board and connectors.|
|PWM_Wiring.pdf||How to wire up PWM power control.|
|Stepper_Driver_Adjustment.pdf||How to adjust the stepper drivers (not normally necessary).|
|LasaurApp-master.zip||Latest stable version.|
|LasaurApp||LasaurApp source code (Frontend GUI)|
|LasaurGrbl||LasaurGrbl source code (Board Firmware) - For use with Lasaur App|
|grbl-1.1||grbl-1.1 source code (Beta Board Firmware) - For use with Laser Web|
|lm4flash||Utility to flash the LM4 series MCUs|
|LasaurApp-20150720.zip||Windows executable for the software.|
|laser-usb-driver.zip||Windows USB driver.|
|spmu287c.pdf||TI Document explaining how to flash the board|
|Stellaris_ICDI_Drivers_spmc016.zip||USB Drivers for flashing|
|LMFlashProgrammer_1613.zip||Flash programmer (Select "TM4C123G Launchpad")|
|firmware_67a0aa26f.zip||Latest stable build of the board firmware - For use with Lasaur App.
Please be sure to use the correct .bin for your board. The will be white text on the red board saying either "Stellaris" or "Tiva C".
Beta grbl v1.1 port - For use with the Laser Web 4 GUI:
This is a beta firmware, so please report any issues; however it shows a lot of promise as a good alternative to LasaurApp.
This image contains the above tools and LasaurApp pre-installed and ready to go. Just boot your x86 PC from this stick and give it a try.
|Board Support||Adapter plate to mount the replacement board.
This also doubles as a test piece for both raster and cut after installing the board.
|InkScape||An excellent free Vector Graphics editor for .svg (and other) files|