I need a motor control driver built in python. I have an outline and a driver partially built for a different motor, but the functionality must be duplicated for a Trinamic TMCM-611 motor controller (reference manual included). The other file; [url removed, login to view] has an interface outline for a generic motor driver as well as a few examples, such as BBRMSAxis. The commands do not have to actually be sent, but they must be properly formatted and then passed to the command, [url removed, login to view](command), just as the examples provided are. Each one of these methods must be orchestrated: findhome goforward goto getposition setparameters setacceleration setaccelerationthreshold setaccelerationmax setspeed setvelocitymin setvelocitymax setcurrentphase setruncurrent setstepresolution savesettings setmultimove (if available) multimovego (if available) Basically I would recommend coping BBRMSAxis and then changing the command string to fit the documentation. The TMC documentation looks straigh-forward, so I expect it will only take a few hours. Thanks, Nik
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