We bought a brand new KitchenAid Artisan Mini stand mixer ( ). It came with 3 standard attachments (dough hook, whisk, beater) and we needed a place to keep them. Having such a lovely machine calls for a nice display of it and it’s attachments. So instead of throwing them into a drawer (which is already overcrowded).
We have too many cutting boards in our kitchen and there was always a hassle to keep them somewhere. Leaning against the wall when drying or stacking them on household appliances. We needed a way to organize them. Quite long time ago I promised to build simple cutting boards rack/holder for our household/kitchen. As the old saying goes-
A quick post about wiring TB6600 stepper driver which is based on TB6600HG chip. Here I use one without black plastic casing. It has model marking on the back that says “BL-TB6600-v1.2″. Stepper motor used in this demo is 23HS22-2804S (2.8A, NEMA23). Drive looks like this and it’s rated for 4.5A. Looking for more info and photos?
A quick post about TB6600 stepper motor driver module. It should be 4.5A version. It has model marking on the back that says “BL-TB6600-v1.2”. This version has no plastic covering and has green PCB. Since originally everything is covered with large heatsink there is nothing much to see before removing it. Here I share some “closer look” photos
First-time use of H-bridge HG7881 (HG7881CP) module was pretty confusing for me. I didn’t find good (if any?) information about wiring this module up and running it with Arduino. But same time it seems to be quite popular. Here I share how I connected it to an external 12V power supply. You can use any other voltage