I'm working on project involving sending commands to an XY Plotter.
The XY plotter is controlled by a tinyG.
Would the right Arduino (ethernet/wifi enabled) be able to stream gcode to the tinyG(connected via USB) as well as manage an internet connection where it receives instruction from a host?
Any help to point me in the right direction would be great. The instruction from the host could be as simple as "Stream path 1" (if the paths can be stored locally on the arduino, the paths themselves are known beforehand and static) or the host can stream the gcode as well with the Arduino hopefully performing as a sort of router between the host and the local tinyG.
I should note that the host in this case is an android phone running a proprietary app - Implementing this function in the app is desired (so using other existing apps/chilipepper is not feasible here).
Thanks in advance for your insight!