TFT LCD, Stepper Motor, and Linear Actuator

Hello!

I'm relatively new to Arduino and only really know the basics. I wanted to come on here to check the feasibility of a project idea as as well as some implementation ideas.

I'd like to control a stepper motor and a linear actuator on a Arduino Mega with a TFT LCD. I've seen lots of the ideas on how to do these things separately but can't seem to find something with all three. I was wondering if anyone has any recommendation on shields or drivers that might be best to fit all three and control them together?

Thank you!

To make any recommendations we first need to know the exact hardware that you have. There are many different TFT displays, stepper motors and actuators. Data sheets for each would help or links to where the parts were obtained. Also what Arduino board.

A detailed description of the functions of the parts, too.

We cannot see your project. All that we know is what you tell us. So the more that you tell us the better and faster the help.

Okay, thank you!

I've decided on the following:

TFT LCD: ILI9341 3.2 inch TFT LCD by Nextion
TFT Shield for Mega: 3.2 Inch TFT LCD Shield Expansion Board for Arduino Mega 2560 by Walfront
Stepper Motor:usongshine us-17hs4401s
https://datasheetspdf.com/datasheet/17HS4401S.html
Motor Driver: A4988
Linear Actuator: 5FTD9

Relay to Linear Actuator: LC-200

My goal is to be able to use an Arduino Mega and 3.2" TFT LCD to control the stepper motor and the linear actuator. I've found a lot of tutorials for them separately online, but was wondering the best suggestion to tackle them all together?

Additionally, if anyone would mind clarifying is the UTFT_SdRaw library or MCUFRIEND library best to use with a 3.2" TFT LCD and a mega ?

Thank you for any and all help, and so sorry for my beginner's talk. . . Just trying to learn!

I’ve found a lot of tutorials for them separately online, but was wondering the best suggestion to tackle them all together?

Study each tutorial on its own. Learn how the TFT works, the resources that it needs in terms of pins, memory, speed and etc. Do that for the stepper and the actuator. Get each piece working with its own testing program. Then you will have the knowledge to combine them to do what you want. If you get stuck ask more specific questions than, “how do I get this crap to work?”

Or keep searching for the perfect program that you can just cut and paste.