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TinyG controller for CNC

Monday, April 8th, 2013

TinyG compatible controller for CNC.  Build on ATXMEGA256A3. 2x Step-down DC-DC for 3.3V and 5V.  Plugin adapters based on DRV8818 or DRV8825 from TI and miniUSB or bluetooth link to host computer. Via akb77.

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TinyG embedded CNC controller

Saturday, July 16th, 2011

The Synthetos TinyG embedded CNC controller processes G code directly on a microcontroller without needing a PC: TinyG is a many-axis motion control system. TinyG components execute G code directly without the need for a general-purpose microcomputer. TinyG is meant to be a complete embedded solution for small motor control.

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TinyG G-code motor controller

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

TinyG is a multi-axis motor controller for DIY CNC machines. Most CNC controllers receive instructions from a PC, but the TinyG executes G-code directly. By running the Gcode interpreter directly on the chip it avoids the expense and problems of trying to precisely control step timing with a general purpose...

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