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Getting started with the TMCM-3212

In this video Joshua introduces the TRINAMIC TMCM-3212 module for 3 Axis stepper motor control and explains step by step how to use the TMCM-3212 module with the TMCL-IDE.

In the News: "Trinamic Surfing ‘Automation’ Wave"

MADISON, Wis. – “Automation is a mega trend,” whether applied the factory floor or the smart home, drones, security cameras or 3D printers, Michael Randt, founder and CEO of Trinamic Motion Control, told us recently. Sensors and connectivity – represented in the Internet of Things (IoT) – are key enablers for automation, making it easy for users to remotely collect data and control devices. But what about actuators and motors?
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Job Posting: Content Marketing Manager

Do you love tinkering with machines, motors, and anything that moves? Are you a semiconductor or electronics geek who also likes to write? If so, Trinamic may be the right place for you.

Trinamic spreadCycle™ & stealthChop™ technology for silent stepper motors explained

In this video Lars explains Trinamics spreadCycle™ & stealthChop™ technologies and shows stepper motors running without noise.

Get started with your TMC2130 SilentStepStick

Stephan Watterott published sample how to get started with your TMC2130 SilentStepStick on your Arduino.

How does perfect control feel?

When motor control technology becomes a part of the human body, requirements for component size and the reliability of the control system are immeasurably increased. The completion of the first prosthetic leg with two active joints was made possible in a short time thanks to integrated FOC control system components – just in time for the Cybathlon in Zurich.

How to make a stepper motor turn in minutes with Trinamic TMC5130-EVAL-KIT

Thomas explains how to make a stepper motor turn within minutes using our TMC5130-EVAL-KIT and the free TMCL-IDE.

TRINAMIC reveals progress on AutoR Heliostat Program

In July 2014 TRINAMIC first announced its cooperation with the German Aerospace Agency (DLR) Institute for Solar Research and the Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg in the development of a low-cost, lightweight and highly efficient Autonomous Rim, or AutoR heliostat project.

Great article on microstepping on Hackaday

Moritz Walter posted a great article on the accuracy of microstepping on hackaday. Would have been curious how our TMC2100 on the silentStepStick would perform in comparison.

New Generation of Stepper Motor Drivers Link Optimized Power Control and Simplified Application

Noise levels at low speeds are eliminated with cutting-edge stealthChop™ technology.