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    The T3.6 runs at 150MHz not kHz and TeensyStep is...

    The T3.6 runs at 150MHz not kHz and TeensyStep is good for about 300kHz step rate. So, I doubt that the limitation comes from the Teensy side. If you have a scope you could try to measure the pulse...
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    He, he, the good old 'forgot to plug the power...

    He, he, the good old 'forgot to plug the power cord in' :-))



    Hm, what does 85.000 mean? 85 RPM? 85,000 steps per second? Fullsteps? Microsteps? How many steps per rev? ...

    I didn't read the...
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    And what happens if you use the first example...

    And what happens if you use the first example sketch you posted? If you set the target positions to 60000 it should move for about 1 second in each direction. You should be able to see that on the...
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    Which explains why the direction doesn't change....

    Which explains why the direction doesn't change. Can you do a simple sketch just toggling pin15 every second and check with your meter if that appears on SW2? (don't forget to set the pinmode to...
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    I had a closer look at the drawing of that...

    I had a closer look at the drawing of that breakout board. Of course this is only wild guesswork, but from the parts on the board it looks like the DIR and PUL outputs are switched by some transistor...
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    It is quite difficult to help you remotely on...

    It is quite difficult to help you remotely on this. Might be a very good idea to find a local guy with some electronics background to help you wiring it.

    Anyway, lets give it a try: Looks like...
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    The code in your first example should definitely...

    The code in your first example should definitely work. I assume some electrical issue. E.g. The datasheet of the motors you linked requires 5-24V signals. The 3.3V output might be too small to...
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