I've a few problem with programming, So I'm using arduino mega 2560 and L298N Drivers (for 3 motors XYZ), I've done every step about grbl installing, and when I'd arrived to Universal G-Code sender I've received the agrement that the grbl works well in my Arduino, comming to the steppers they don't at all work,
Is there any solution for that ? Have you met any similar situation ? If yes what was the solution ?
I am not aware of any version of Grbl that works with the L298 "stepper drivers"*. Grbl works with "step/dir" drivers like A4988 or DRV8825.
What are the specs of your steppers?
*The L298 are DC motor drivers and are not at all suitable for driving modern bipolar steppers.
Even L298N May be able to be used because I could controle steppers with that driver in Arduino ide,, So it can be possible to controle steppers in Universal G-Code sender, I think that it's possible to be precision outputs issu in Arduino
Please post a full schematic of the project.
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Post a link to the version of Grbl that you have.
Post a data sheet or specifications of the stepper motors.
Without that information, we cannot help you.
Also, post the sketch that you used with the IDE to make the motors work.
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Even L298N May be able to be used because I could controle steppers with that driver in Arduino ide,, So it can be possible to controle steppers in Universal G-Code sender,
You may have to write write your own alternative the GRBL. I suspect it would be simpler to get the sort of stepper drivers that GRBL supports.