The first 80 or so Tarocco kits (boards, pigtails and standoffs) arrived to the Crowd Supply warehouse on Monday. The plan is to ship the controllers to those who didn't order a motor first. The other items, i. e. the rest of the kits and the servomotors will be shipped by the end of March. Read the full update.
For the last two weeks I've been loading the firmware and testing each board with a real motor and encoder. The bootloader's ability to program the flash memory, and the correct operation of the the step, direction, reset and error signals were verified. Read the full update.
During the past few days I was able to burn the firmware and begin testing the new Tarocco boards. Read the full update.
Thanks to everyone who backed this project! With your help, Tarocco will now become a reality. Read the full update.
To be able to use your Tarocco board, you need to make sure that: Read the full update.
Progress so far... First, let me thank you all of you who have backed this project. The campaign progress has been really good, It reached nearly half of the goal over the last week! I wanted to show Tarocco doing real machining work, so I took my CNC wood router out of its enclosure and sot a video of it fabricating a small ER11 collet organizer. Read the full update.