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It appears that much of the information on this page appears to be applicable and seems to supply some of the missing information below.
This page is meant to pick up where the Connect Motors page left off, enabling a user to get useful work done.
To begin with, you will need to tell your TinyG about your machine, so it knows what you have and how to drive it.
- Setup for ShapeOko
- Configuring non-ShapeOko machines
- Hello World example
- Emergency Stop
These seem useful:
- [Older Wiki configuring] (http://www.synthetos.com/wiki/index.php?title=TinyG:Configuring)
- GRBL setup
- Rob Noble's Setup calculator (TPI, pitch, microstepping, etc.)
- A useful configuration calculator
- Another view on calibration and sending Gcode