Wi-Fi Stepper

by Good Robotics

Control any stepper motor using Wi-Fi

View all updates Jan 23, 2019

The Wi-Fi Stepper Campaign is Now Live

I’m excited to announce that the Wi-Fi Stepper campaign is now live.

We started this project because we were finding it difficult to drive large stepper motors simply and cheaply. The options seemed to be either; buy large industrial motor controllers for lots of cash, or do it yourself with Arduinos, driver chips, and a breadboards. There are maker options for smaller motors, but they lacked the current and voltage to drive the big ones. We saw an opportunity to help our fellow makers and build a board capable of driving motors up to the NEMA 42.

We’ve been working on this project since August and we’re nearly done. We have some software to finish and one last board revision. Help us pass the finish line with your support.

Thank you,
Wi-Fi Stepper Team


$6,085 raised

of $5,000 goal

121% Funded!

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$5

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$100

Wi-Fi Stepper Quickstart Kit

Includes the Wi-Fi Stepper board, NEMA 17 stepper motor, and 24 V power supply packages. Everything you need to get started.


$59

Wi-Fi Stepper - Board Only

A Wi-Fi Stepper board to control small and large stepper motors.


$159

Wi-Fi Stepper Board 3-Pack

A 3-pack of the Wi-Fi Steppers - boards only.


$37

24 V Power Supply

Include a 24 V/3.75 A DC power supply that has been tested to work well with NEMA 17 and NEMA 23 motors.


$18

NEMA 17 Stepper Motor

Include a NEMA 17 high torque stepper motor.

Credits

Good Robotics

Good Robotics develops hardware and embedded software for robotics and control applications. Our focus is on adapting professional-level platforms and techniques for a wider range of users such as makers/hobbiests. We have experts in electrical engineering, embedded systems, mechanical engineering, and sensor fusion/controls.


Andrew Klofas

Electronics Engineer and Embedded Systems Developer

Ace Shelander

Mechanical Engineer

Ted Larson

Senior Electronics Engineer

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