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Mechaduino

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Mechaduino is an affordable, open-source, industrial servo motor. Position, torque, velocity, and custom modes. Arduino compatible.

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salam siddique wrote 11/20/2016 at 08:34 point

it can run any stepper which runs under 2A (8V to 24V) since the driver permits only 2A.....

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salam siddique wrote 11/20/2016 at 08:33 point

yes the official firmware does have step and dir pin both at 5v and if wanted you can assign other 3.3v pin to enable in the firmware.......

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bob.bingham wrote 11/16/2016 at 19:30 point

I need to control a paper drive shaft back and forth as it delivers pages into and out of an inverter. The Mechaduino will replace an unreliable electromechanical gearbox. Two 5v lines operate the gearbox, one for each direction. I have a basic understanding of simple Arduino programming but the Mechaduino code is beyond me. Can you help?

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Mikey wrote 11/14/2016 at 22:34 point

How do you use this as a "drop-in replacement" for a 3D printer? -- Is there a way to control it digitially? -- Like using the I/O pins instead of serial (one pin for DIR, and another for step? with 3600 steps?)

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Simon Benoit wrote 10/19/2016 at 21:00 point

Any instruction on the power supply ? What is the requires voltage ?

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Mikey wrote 11/14/2016 at 22:32 point

I think they stated elsewhere it can be powered with between 8v and 25v.

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