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Narrowing down my driver and motor solution

Discussion in 'General Talk' started by future_cncist, Mar 22, 2015.

  1. future_cncist

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    Here is a nice demo of how slick they perform

     
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    Struggling with the decision , but the original Teknic servos I looked at seem to be much quieter .
     
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    Make a note of the need for a brake on the Z axis.
    Consider using a standard Stepper motor for this axis.

    Gray
     
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    Brake noted but may not be require using rack and linear rail for the Z :) This is going to be a costly build , steppers and lead screws are out of equation .
     

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