Oskar Weigl @ hackaday.io designed a brushless motor controller able to drive 2 motors.
Hobby brushless motors are incredibly cheap and powerful. However we need a way to make robots out of them. ODrive is that way.
Stepper motors are ubiquitous in hobby robotics projects: If you make a robotics or automation project today, it is very likely you will use them. Almost all DIY projects from 3D printers and CNC mills, to other kinds of projects like air hockey robots, use them. However in industrial automation, brushless servomotors have taken over, and it’s clear why: They don’t lose steps, are much more powerful, efficient, and silent.
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