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dellagd, i don't think the plans should cost anything at all! i mean, they're just plans! something like the way the roboduino is sold may be good. but we need to get some boards done and tested before we start trying to market these things. I'm getting some more copper clad boards next week so i can start etching some proto's to test.
yeah, this will pretty much "marry up" with the axon/axon 2's mounting holes so you can stack them.im working on a dual motor controller that can handle 2A per motor or 4A for one motor.i don't really what you mean by "combine them"....but this isn't really combining anything but just making a set of boards being able to stack on top of one another to save horizontal space. and yes these will operate through I2C but can still be operated through normal microcontroller pins if that's what you were asking?
i suppose it wouldn't hurt to have a small hole for the wires to pass through.how big do you think would be suitable?