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Good one..Neat and simple..Thanks for sharing!!
Thanks Misan,So, I use the regular GRBL and not use the H-Bot configuration.I need to redesign the whole thing I guess.In your opinion,what would be more appropriate, belt drive or lead screw?
Hey Misan,Would it be possible to modify the "Pen" part with an Z axis stepper and a spindle motor to use it as a 3D router? What modifications would be required for that?
Hey Misan,I cleared the EEPROM and did the whole process once again and it worked. I am still not sure what I did wrong last time. Anyways, thanks a lot for your response. Now I go ahead and make the mechanical part, ciao mate and thanks once again
hey, thanks a lot for the response.Yes, I used the one which you referred in the linkBelow is what I did1) Downloaded the ZIP file from the link :https://github.com/misan/grbl-servo and I got a ZIP file named "grbl-servo-master"2) Extracted it, and in Arduino IDE "Sketch > Include Library > Add .ZIP Library. I got the message "Library added to libraries"3) I could see "grbl-servo-master" under File > Eamples.4) Then I selected grblUpload (File > Eamples > grbl-servo-master > gbrlUpload). Attached picture5) Uploaded it to my board.Is there anything more to be done after this or I can proceed with Inkscape and UniversalSerialGCodeSender.Thanks in advance for your time !!
hey Misan,Appreciate the effort and time spent for posting and supporting others..This is the first time I am attempting something like this. I am still constructing the mechanical part. But I put together all the electronics along with the steppers and servo to see if that part works fine.My steppers doesn't seem to me rotating the way it has to, for a the kind of hbot setup you have shown. In my case, for X Axis movement only the X stepper turns and for Y Axis its only the Y stepper which turnsAlso my servo doesn't turn at all.Could you please advice what could be wrong?
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