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Title: Raspberry Pi for computer

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Hello Daniel,

Although a non expensive second hand laptop can be used as a host, using a Raspberry Pi might be an interesting approach. Does it have enough resources to run the Caliper2PC software? Monitoring the current draw while working on parts will provide important data together with the axes positions and speeds. The data can be analyzed so that parameters can be optimized to perform best results concerning vibrations, working performance etc.   

I am looking forward to hearing about your project, please keep us informed.

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Raspberry Pi for computer - by daniel.abernathy - 06-27-2019, 02:29 PM
RE: Raspberry Pi for computer - by Jack - 07-01-2019, 06:09 AM

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