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-
There are several ways to clamp open loop timing belt ends together. Here are some clamp ideas gathered into one post with images and some with comments. Most of them here are for GT2 belts, but some ideas work for others too. A quick overview to get ideas flowing and images for quick reference. It
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