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This Nema 17 Stepper motor offers substantial holding torque at a low 2.8VDC. It's the same model as used in the Openbeam Kossel 3D printer.
This motor is a larger NEMA-17 motor that produces a whopping 4800g-cm of holding torque.
Got a stepper driver running a bit too hot? Vreg going into thermal shutdown? Here's a heatsink, for small applications.
Use these peel-and-stick heat sinks to remove heat from sensitive ICs. Perfect for Raspberry Pi processors!
Need a A4988 with dynamic current control? Check out this new Stepper Motor Driver!
Originally designed for control of HVAC vanes and similar low-demand equipment, these stepper-motor gearboxes have lots of hacking potential. This is the lower torque / higher speed 16:1.
Originally designed for control of HVAC vanes and similar low-demand equipment, these stepper-motor gearboxes have lots of hacking potential. This is the higher-torque / lower speed 64:1 version.
This product is a carrier board or breakout board for the MP6500 stepper motor driver from Monolithic Power Systems.
This motor is about half as small as our NEMA-17 Stepper and as a result only needs about half the power. Compared to the other NEMA-14 stepper we carry, it's a little longer but has the option to mount an encoder to the rear shaft!
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