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Old Sun 09 June 2013, 04:13
3dcracker
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Ningbo
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65N.cm high torque nema17 and gt2 pulley

Are 65N.cm high torque nema17 stepper motor and gt2 pulley useful for Mechmate?
http://www.robotdigg.com/product/29/...-stepper-motor
http://www.robotdigg.com/product/9/G...r-6mm-gt2-belt
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Old Sun 09 June 2013, 09:30
Richards
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South Jordan, UT
United States of America
A size 17 motor is just over 1-inch in width. It's the size motor used in many old floppy drives in computers. It had enough torque to move the "head" on the floppy drive.

A size 34 motor is about 3-1/3 inches in width. It has sufficient torque to move several computers, not just the head of the floppy drive.

Right now, I can't think of an application on a CNC machine where the size 17 motor would be the best choice. Moving a pen in the Z direction might be such an application.
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Old Fri 26 September 2014, 09:41
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Old Sat 27 September 2014, 02:01
KenC
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Klang
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Sure you can put a NEMA17 motor on mechmate. I recommend you hang it over the Z-axis as a counter-weight to replace the gas spring. You would need at least 17 pieces for the job.
Its also handy as a paper weight.
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