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@PerspexAvenger: Did you check the following thread (post from February 27th)? https://forum.repetier.com/discussion/4927/problem-with-tmc2130-and-spi
stefanokolos: Did you connect a graphical LCD controller to your board? This controller is using also SPI communication lines (there is also SD card socket connected to the LCD board), so I am wondering how the LCD would work having TMC2130 step dri…
Flux said: @alexsomesan Yeah its 24V - 5V and since i always got some of those little MP1584EN around i used one of them, didnt know they would interfere like this. But gladly i got Mister @RAyWB to teach me and tell me how shitty my electron…
alexsomesan said: @xebbmw It can accept as many or little drivers as you need. See my demo video with the RAMPS - I'm only using one TMC2130 on that board, on X. Thanks, I understand now how it works. alexsomesan said: @xebbmw …
alexsomesan said: @xebbmw Yes, you have to wire a dedicated CS wire to each CS pin of each stepstick. What RADDS pin you tie them to is up to your choice, as long as the pin is not taken by anything else. A good choice is the extension header…
alexsomesan said: The Watterott ones I have are “wired” for the RADDS. How did you wired the CS signals for TMC2130 from RADDS board? Do you use one CS signal for every stepper driver as per Tom video?
I had the same problem and I solved it in the following way. First a bit of background about my setup. My computer that I use to connect to my Delta printer is a Lenovo T61 (actually Frankenpad). The graphic chip in the laptop is GMA965. Instead of…