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Simulation/TestingWe set up an Arduino with GRBL on it. With GRBL, we were able to send motor commands in G-code to the Arduino. Using an oscilloscope, we measured the output of the Arduino. These signals would go the motor drivers which will drive the stepper motors.
In phase four, we had an additional meeting with Professor Slack to determine the best method of powering the motor drivers for the NEMA 14 and the NEMA 34. During the meeting, it was determined that the best way forward would be to use two separate power supplies, one for each driver.
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