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  1. PaulStoffRegen, my apologies for sending a...

    PaulStoffRegen, my apologies for sending a message here, but I am a real customer who bought and uses teensy 3.6Since some months now I can NOT acces the forums at all because it always says that my...
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    Hi Guys,For months already I seem to be banned...

    Hi Guys,For months already I seem to be banned from the forum. Well... not me, but my IP.I am from Belgium and that is far from India ;-)Anyway, I am a legit customer using teensy 3.6 , but the only...
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    Great thank you ;) I actually have 1 more...

    Great thank you ;)

    I actually have 1 more question now that I see to have attention of 2 knowledged persons ;)

    In my code, I will write some code to move stepper motors. That is something I can...
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    Yes Kurt. The very simple reading a button :) ...

    Yes Kurt. The very simple reading a button :)

    I suppose you can also use attachInterrupt like on a regular arduino? I saw at least that on a teensy 3.6 a huge amount of pins can give an...
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    Simple digital input button on teensy 3.6

    Hi and sorry if my question seems very easy.

    I just want to connect a couple of buttons to a teensy and be able to do a digitalRead.

    But... it is on a teensy 3.6


    I searched the website and...
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    Unfortunately I don't see any help in that answer...

    Unfortunately I don't see any help in that answer Frank. I did search google, thats why I found the github map.
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    Marlin 32 bit for teensy ?

    Hi there.

    I came across this link: https://github.com/MarlinFirmware/Marlin/tree/32-Bit-RCBugFix-new

    It looks like they are building marlin firmware with support for the teensy 3.5/6

    Does...
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    The diode driver is totally potted so that won't...

    The diode driver is totally potted so that won't allow me to do it. It is indeed intentionally made that way that people who don't need ttl will have the laser always on without having to connect the...
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    Which pin is low/gnd on reset ?

    Hi there,

    I want to use a teensy 3.6 to connect to a laser diode with ttl input.

    This laser is at this moment connected to A9 (the ttl enable) and I can fire the laser by setting this pin HIGH...
  10. I'll do some testing with these things. I did...

    I'll do some testing with these things.

    I did find out that when I RESET the teensy 3.6 (reset pin on bottom pad connected to gnd for a fraction of a second) then the python script works every...
  11. The teensy does work perfect the first time the...

    The teensy does work perfect the first time the program runs after I uploaded the code. then when I restart the python script it gets out of sync

    so it always works perfect first time but not...
  12. Problem synchronising Python serial with teensy 3.6 (works once after reprogramming)

    Hi,

    I am trying to make a very simple program in python which sends binary data to a teensy 3.6 in chunks of 5 bytes.

    I wrote the following program for this in python



    from PIL import...
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    Actually there is not that much BARE metal needed...

    Actually there is not that much BARE metal needed for a gcode interpreter. (Dag landgenoot trouwens ).
    I am also beginning to develop my motion controller after transitioning from due to teensy.
    As...
  14. OK, so I did quite some research today and came...

    OK, so I did quite some research today and came up with working code to set a pin high and then use FTM0 Channel0 to set the pin low again 100ÁS later


    void ftm0_isr(void)
    {
    if(FTM0_C0SC &...
  15. Maybe an important question to ask, but when I...

    Maybe an important question to ask, but when I compile a very simple sketch doing absolutely NOTHING, are there already ISR routines defined in the library which run always?

    Maybe a systick...
  16. Flextimers and other timing routines + finding sourcecode for libs/functions

    Hi,

    I'm very new to teensy, but not that new to microcontrollers.
    I'd like to create a gcode interpreter on the teensy and therefore I need to port some timing code too.

    Now I could start...
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    Note to self. (and whoever makes the same wrong...

    Note to self. (and whoever makes the same wrong guess like I did :p ). Serial communication using the NATIVE usb port on the teensy is something completely different with native usb at 12MBps speed...
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    Just to be sure I understand correctly. That...

    Just to be sure I understand correctly. That serial buffer talked about above is a ram buffer which is filled by serial interrupts, but is there also some kind of HARDWARE serial buffer built in in...
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    33kHz on the dac as safe number is allready a lot...

    33kHz on the dac as safe number is allready a lot for the closed loop galvos. I tried this on a arduino due which was a slower cpu (84mHz I think) and cortex m3
    you can easily set the dacs a lot...
  20. Thank you for this informative reply Paul. I...

    Thank you for this informative reply Paul.
    I will begin by studying that nice chapter 45. I managed to understand a lot of this stuff on SAM3 , so hopefully I can find good info there + in...
  21. Porting some high res timing routines from arduino DUE SAM3XAE Cortex M3 to teensy3.6

    Hello,


    Excuse my direct approach, but I am somebody who is interested in developing software with teensy 3.6
    The reason why I would like to use teensy 3.6 is because of the very high speed and...
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