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Charles Murray
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Number of cores
Charles Murray   12/20/2012 6:10:59 PM
From what I can see, TI didn't mention how many cores one of these SOC's might have. It says multiple DSP cores and multiple ARM Cortex processor cores. I wonder how many it could ultimately have.

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Motion Control board
ttemple   12/20/2012 7:03:36 AM

I can assure you that it is over $200.  I would bet over $2000

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Re: Power Wrench
Cabe Atwell   12/20/2012 1:14:39 AM

I tried to find the cost of the A3200; no dice.

I like these all in one servo or stepper drivers. If it was under $200, I would buy it. If it is over, I would question why.


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warren@fourward.com   12/19/2012 2:38:31 PM
Just when I thought all good ideas were taken, someone comes up with something I find really useful.  It got me to thinking of how many little (or big things) I am having trouble with since I started getting older.  This tool takes the cake.  I find my hands and wrists getting weaker the older I get.  This tool would really come in handy fors someone like me.  I wonder if I can find nitches like this for new products.

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