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I want control stepper motor by USB type C, who can recommend main processor and driver?
I do not want use Arduino, I want use stm32 or psoc5 (cypress semiconductor).What controlling program are you wanting to run on the PC?
Will it just be a serial terminal or what?
A lot more info is really required.
Most 3D printers allow you to control their steppers via USB. The older ones are Arduino based.
Maybe you could start that way, an Arduino 2560 and RAMPS card can be purchased quite cheaply on Ebay.
Hi Dana, thank you very much for your help!
I would post your description of design and this question on Cypress PSOC
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