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What gen moto360 did you use/do you have?
Awesome, thats good to know I dont need to upgrade
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I'm having trouble with this. Mostly in the testing of the motors. They're all very inconsistent. In that they don't really follow commands well in the manual control mode. They kind of jerk back and forth, but not consistently in one direction. And I've gone through four cd rom drives at this point, and they've all given me that result. Does anyone know if there's adjustments I need to make to the firmware? The connections are all giving appropriate voltages, so it doesn't seem to be a hardware issue.
To clarify, it does the same things with the NEMA 17 motor. When I put on another version of Marlin, the NEMA 17 can run just fine on every motor slot, so I'm really sure the controller is fine. Am I just having really terrible luck with the cd rom and floppy drive motors?
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