linuxcnc-esp32 Software Stepping over Ethernet Using ESP32

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25 Jul 2021 16:50 #215887 by Cncninja
what happened to BeagleBrainz

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25 Jul 2021 17:53 #215893 by Bari
I believe that he left due to the stupid CoC thing.
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25 Jul 2021 17:58 #215894 by Clive S

I believe that he left due to the stupid CoC thing.


Yes that is true. But it is a shame as he was a well respected member of the community and I do hope he will return.

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04 Aug 2021 11:49 - 04 Aug 2021 13:03 #216901 by tjtr33
re BreagleBainz
I dunno why he left or that he did leave
I thought the comments were about MXMaster
But lets not talk about the COC here please.
C'mon , he never complained about COC. He complained it was difficult to keep up with the os changes and not being allowed to use some techniques he preciously used to install the arisc code. Keep that spam generating topic outta here. Plus he was a one man band and no real job afaict. He gave what he could..
Thx Michael hope to see you again

tomp
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06 Aug 2021 04:22 #217024 by taylorcmq
the doubt i have is anyone ever had any real return with this code, i will try to reformulate it and maybe soon bring new results, i am also following the mx work, a pity it was closed, i believe that the H5 boards should have been implemented has more powerful hardware, but I'll be happy if I can use it with the H3 that arrives tomorrow, even so I still intend to study more about esp32

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10 Nov 2021 16:29 - 04 Dec 2021 21:15 #226005 by jzolee
Hi, I'm new to the forum, I'd like to share my plans with you.I like do it yourself things. I have been trying to build a hardware step generator with different microcontrollers for a long time. I got the idea for a good implementation on this forum. 

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2021.12.04 - I optimized some esp32 code snippets
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11 Nov 2021 13:24 #226100 by taylorcmq
hi brother, could you explain to me the logic you are using, what are you thinking, what is the .ino file you used in esp32? I did some tests here the program works fine but the step generator is square, the steps don't build a good acceleration ramp!

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11 Nov 2021 13:28 #226102 by taylorcmq
sorry but now i see the cpp file, i will test your code and let you know what i see

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23 Nov 2021 04:54 #227373 by viewtop1
Hi All
I have a test setup of the above, well the Dlhenkel version actually as my ultimate use requires an encoder. Anyway, on a bench setup with a laptop running Linuxcnc and looking at the step gens on a scope, the outputs seem to be pretty acurate every milisecond. My question is how realtime is this ethernet implemtation? Lots of literature out there about the challenges of realtime ethernet. not my area of expertise, so if anyone more knowledgeable please chime in. Is this worth building a machine on?
Thanks

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23 Nov 2021 06:02 #227376 by Bari
It is all in early beta as you can see. You will be a beta tester like the rest of us if you build it!
Do you dare to go where it has not been fully tested yet?

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