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Using raspberry pi to control 4 stepper motors

You need a stepper driver. If you are calling the TB6600 board a controller board then you need it. You need one per stepper. The TB6600 board does not use G-code. If you want to use G-code you will ...
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Seperate GPIO pin outputs influencing sensor readings

Try disconnecting the motor driver from the Pi and repeating the measurements. If they become unstable the moment you start controlling the motor, there is likely a software bug in your code. ...
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How can Rpi3B+ use the A4988 stepper motor driver to control a NEMA17 motor?

I've successfully used a Raspberry Pi with an A4988 driver board in order to spin a stepper motor. I've noticed a few differences between what you've done and what I've done, and one of these might be ...
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How can Rpi3B+ use the A4988 stepper motor driver to control a NEMA17 motor?

Question How can Rpi3B+ use the A4988 driver to drive a NEMA17 stepper motor? Answer Introduction 1.1 Prerequisite knowledge and skills required The OP says he is a newbie in Rpi and stepping motor. ...
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