Moritz Walter posted a great article on the accuracy of microstepping on hackaday. Would have been curious how our TMC2100 on the silentStepStick would perform in comparison. Read the full article here: How Accurate Is Microstepping Really? Stepper motors divide a full rotation into hundreds of discrete steps, which makes them ideal to precisely control movements, be […]
What comes to your mind, if you think about stepper motors. Vibrations, high pitch noise, or step loss. Read in this whitepaper, published by our distribution partner MEV Elektronik Service, about new technologies to control a stepper motor silent, noiseless and safe. Download the whitepaper written in German on www.elektronikpraxis.vogel.de. The whitepaper covers: Stepper motors in new applications […]
Enrico explains and demonstrates how to connect the hall wires of your BLDC motor correctly to Trinamic servo controller boards and how the TMCL-IDE helps you with this.
Stepper motors have primarily been favored for their high reliability and low cost. The price, however, was a significant amount of noise. And although the days in which stepper motors were operated at full & half-step are long over, the stepper motor is still tainted by its noise level. With modern control processes and a […]
Lars explains and demonstrates how to increase energy efficiency and reliability of stepper motor drives making use of coolStep™ and stallGuard™.
TRINAMIC, announces the first product in the company’s motionCookie product line. The TMCC160 combines a motor Gate Driver, Microcontroller (MCU) plus a proven firmware stack in a compact 12 x 17 mm² package that will enable rapid design of servo motor systems. The highly integrated module only requires an external power bridge to implement a complete […]
This program demonstrates how to implement a for loop For more details look at TMCL_reference.pdf
SGP 0, 2, 0 //set user variable #0
// add your code here //
GGP 0, 2 //get user variable #0 to accu
CALC ADD, 1 //add 1 to accu
AGP 0, 2 //accu to user variable #0
COMP 5 //amount of loops
JC LE, forLoop //jump to label forLoop
Before use: Restore Factory Defaults