uStepper originated by a coincidence during a training session in Denmark, back in 2015, when the founders Thomas and Mogens, who studied Electronics and IT on their 6th semester at Aalborg University asked the question :
“Why doesn’t there exist a Arduino Compatible stepper driver that can compensate for lost steps?”
Mogens had previous experience with CNC machines and 3d printers , and therefore had experienced the issue of lost steps by stepper motors.
WHO ARE WE?
I am an electrician, specialised in Industrial Automation. For almost five years I have been working full time before starting to study electrical engineering at Aalborg University, starting on my masters programme fall 2015. During the last 8 years I have been building machinery like CNC machines, 3D printers and small electronics projects in my spare time. Some of my small projects are shared on my webpage www.nengineering.dk. I am eager to gain new knowledge and love to design and build things – So that’s why I am studying engineering!
I have been working as an electronics technician for 8 years, reparing electronics and designing/constructing test equipment for PCB’s. Furthermore i spend alot of my spare time on various hobby projects, involving both hardware and software design. I have a strong passion for electronics hardware design, which is why i am currently studying electrical engineering at Aalborg University, starting on my masters programme fall 2015.
I am an electronic engineering student that loves solving problems by combining my theoretical- and practical knowledge. At uStepper I have developed the Arduino library for the uStepper S-series and am currently working on a GUI (user interface) for the uStepper robotic arm.
I am an information technology student, working my way towards becoming a software developer. In my spare-time i like to work on Web-development and dive deeper into computer science.
At uStepper i am concerned with Sales and Marketing and other supportive functions.