Pushing the Limits of Stepper Motor Control in 3D Printing
Guest blogger Jan Kotarski explains how even a few volts of difference will improve operation of a stepper motor driver in 3D printing.
Additive Manufacturing in Space
To reduce the cost of space missions, team AIMIS-FYT decided to build a 3D printer for zero-gravity environments. The result is a cartesian-style 3D printer that prints and cures resin.
Building the Hangprinter
3D printing is great for rapid prototyping. But what do you do if the 3D printer is too small? Well… just get a bigger one of course! And while you’re at it, why not get one big enough to 3D print a Christmas tree? This is exactly what was going on at TRINAMIC Motion Control’s […]
TRINAMIC features easiest to use stealthChop™ Driver
TMC2100 – a ‘pre-launch’ success story in 3D printing! Although not yet formally announced, Trinamic’s newest stepper motor drive IC, the TMC2100, is already being warmly embraced by market early adopters. Thanks to TRINAMIC’s “run silent” stealthChop™ feature, plus an incredibly easy-to-configure 7-pin interface, the TMC2100 has found rapid acceptance in the open-source 3-D printer “maker” […]