Versatile Stepper Control

Versatile Stepper Control

By William Cooke    View In Digital Edition  


Stepper motors are a staple of robotics. They’re great for precise speed and positioning. It’s also easy to control one. But what about two, or three? With different step rates? For different amounts of time? While your microcontroller continues doing other tasks? It can quickly become difficult, but with the technique presented here you can do all that and use only about two or three percent of the microcontroller's time.

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