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Old Tue 19 October 2010, 03:38
Just call me: Gareth
ebay shop "easy cnc"

being very very lazy i am considering this option for my build.

it is a complete package incld transforma.
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Old Tue 19 October 2010, 04:28
Just call me: Danilo #64
Novi Sad
watch out for this


- Option : Change 3x 6A (Q2HB68MG) Mirco step Drive Add AU$92 Microstep form 400 to 60000 step per Revelution

halfstep drives are not very good an would be very rough way to drive nema34 at low speed. microstepping gives smoothness in motion

and you would need 4x drives,motors
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