Luc's THB6064AH driver joins the other open source drivers supplied by MassMind, adding support for BiPolar motors up to 4 amps/phase at 50 volts.
It is based on the new THB6064AH chip which is a design improvement over the TB6560, adding support for better microstepping, lower resonance, and protection for power on sequence (which is a serious problem with the 6560).
NOTE: This is a Kit of parts; you must solder it together. It is not a beginner level kit. If you haven''t soldered before, please complete our soldering course and the 2 (low cost) projects it suggests before attempting this driver. Kit does not include heat sink, main or logic power supply, motors, or wiring. Customers in Europe may wish to purchase directly from the manufacturer for cheaper/faster shipping.
SPECIAL PROMOTION (for a limited time): Buy the full parts kit at the standard price, build it, and then send us your results or post publically online. We will pay you back $5 for a photo of it up and running. $20 for a video. $10 for a write up including your power supply voltage, motor rating (amps/phase, size, rated torque, etc...) and your review of how it worked (or didn't) and what you liked (or hated) about the kit. Do all three and the kit almost free!
Andry used this driver to build his castle making 3D printer:
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