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Old Wed 01 December 2010, 11:12
Just call me: same
Planning for stepper driver

Now, I understand that most normal CNC require 34 size stepper motor. But at this time I want to use this stepper motor to make a small CNC machine yet. So I have found this circuit to drive this small stepper motor. Now I have 24V, 1.7 Amp power supply adopter and +5VDC logic supply from computer power supply. Now I want to ask that is it a good power supply to connect with this ULN2003 circuit? If not, then which is batter power supply?
Old Wed 01 December 2010, 13:28
Just call me: Heath
Cornwall, Ontario
That motor will definitely not work for a Mechmate. Since this site is geared to the building of the Mechmate, you might find more relevant information over at CNC Zone. there are lots of small motor builds there. I would still suggest looking at Phils site, for DIY driver info.
Old Wed 01 December 2010, 15:40
Just call me: Mike
Columbiana AL
United States of America
Well Said Heath !!!
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