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DIY simulation wheel and Arduino (forcefeedback)

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by SkeletStone, May 10, 2022.

  1. SkeletStone

    SkeletStone New Member

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    My Motion Simulator:
    Arduino
    Currently I am in my final year in middle school and am doing my final project for engineering but have run into a roadblock...
    I am completely new and in no way experienced enough to make my own Arduino program for this so I am begging for some help...
    I wanted to make a DIY FFB steeringwheel with arduino and Simtools but as this will probably not work as i see in the current threads, it is very hard to do this with Simtools especially for me who has no experience.
    Now i changed things up and want to make a regular Simulation wheel without forcefeedback using Arduino (Uno) and the motor I have.
    Can someone please help me with trying to achieve this? From wiring to the code.
    A thousand thanks in advance.

    My motor:
    http://rtelligent.cn/2-phase-stepper-servo-motor.html
    My driver:
    http://rtelligent.cn/T60.html
    I have an Arduino Uno and downloaded Simtools, installed it and was able to make it connect with LFS.
    I also have a Arduino Leonardo at my disposal.

    I will also post pictures of the materials I am using when i get home.
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