Getting there …
Looking Good , can’t wait to try one
Just a question, i don’t see pin to connect external drivers, it’s possible or no ?
See the 6 connectors at the top ? Those are gadgeteer ports, they’ll let you add not only extenal drivers, but a crazy ton of other stuffs. https://docs.google.com/document/d/144EbmhN6z-J2V_Zw7GfJpZrfD-B0dC3cuea9oWPgxNM/edit#
J’ai bien vérifié 3 fois, mais non elle pas dans ma boite aux lettres ^^
After skimming again over the extension boards document, am I wrong to think we’ll be able to use it with both servos and axis encoders?
LOL @ the Edison use case opening quote.
Are the XT60 connectors for power?
@Arthur_Wolf great! Does firmware already supports feedback from encoders, both linear and rotary?
What is expected maximum voltage on motor input?
@Arthur_Wolf I’m talking about double feedback loop: motor rotary encoder to driver for direction, and linear encoders on axes to controler for position
@Jeremie_Tarot That’s still up to the drivers, I don’t know any that will do that but they do exist, this is just a very odd/rare setup.
@Arthur_Wolf Granite Devices drivers handle dual loop, and LinuxCNC supports encoders feedback. Allows to more easily higher accuracy on lower end structure and components
@Arthur_Wolf yes it’s usually done on drivers, but I think it was thought more in line of industrial solution on the cheap
Linear encoder for actual position and rotary for live… Linear is saved on power off, fw comparator for position (halt/force logic)…
So… kickstarter is ready ? date ?
@Antonio_Hernandez Boards ready at the factor, should ship to contributors in the coming days. Then still a few weeks before we start KS.
This is V2 or V2 mini ? i don’t remember the difference, and for the V2 pro, the project continue ? i don’t listen news about V2 pro