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Topic: Trimpod with step motor A4988  (Read 5727 times) previous topic - next topic

rpt007

@batata004 et al:

I think, we should not spoil the good mood in this forum.
So pls to whom it may concern: let's stop this kind of personal attacking and get back to a technical "Arduino level".

If not, I am out of this thread.
Before you ask:
Did you really read and understand How to use this forum ?
AND:
Do you have already some solution or is a part of the problem sitting in front of the screen?  :)

raschemmel

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Sep 01, 2016, 04:31 pm Last Edit: Sep 01, 2016, 11:03 pm by raschemmel
Sorry for the misunderstanding.

In that case the forum software has a built in spell checker that will help you.
If you edit the post that contains this :
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I prefer being stupid and creative than inteliggent cause inteligent people does exactly what @raschemmel just did, so they become an idiot in a blink of eye.
You will see that in edit mode the misspelled words are underlined red. If you right click on those the correct suggestions appear on a pop up menu.
(FYI)
I don't see anything to be gained by intentionally misspelling words (like "Trimpod" in your post title).  I would think that would just compound the language barrier. As far as the "speech"/"writing" issue, I help forum members in France, Italy and Germany on the international forum using Google Translate and I can't speak any of those languages. (just sayin') The forum spell checker should solve most of your spelling issues.


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Ayway, if my english was not good, this thread wouldnt have gone so far with so many people helping
As I see it , this thread has gone on so long because you have (since the beginning) , refused to buy a meter to measure the voltage using the Pololu tutorial video.  There is no other explanation for a post about a trimpot lasting so long. The calibration would have taken 1 minute with a meter.
Instead we are dragging this out debating whether or not it is possible to calibrate a Pololu A4988 Stepper (NOT "step") Driver without using a DMM. Turn it too far one way and your motor doesn't get enough current. Turn it too far the other way it could get too much.

Remember this ? (Reply#2) (We're now on Reply#61)
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It's not about money man... if anyone could tell me which wise to spin the trimpod it would be much easier than using a multimeter... hope someone can check that to me.
Almost all of the posts in this thread are about why you should use a meter. By your own admission you can afford it. So how long we going to go around in circles ?

I think the Global Moderater should lock this thread.

Wawa

@raschemmel you just proved you are not creative and not inteligent, maybe you are in a limb where you are just a regular guy, a typical Joe. Congrats, you are like 99% of population. Now go f*** yourself as 99% of people do daily in their terrible underpaid jobs because they are just one more "Joe".
I think a moderator should lock this thread AND ban batata004 untill he grows up.
Leo..

ChrisTenone

What, I need to say something else too?

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