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So the hardest task on your router get a saggy 3D printer stepper.
pev schrieb: So, to my questions :
1) Am i likely right in my hypothesis that this stepper is likely to blame?
2) Should I just replace with direct replacement from Stepcraft or is there a marginally more powerful replacement I should use?
3) To prove my hypothesis, could I do something as simple as rotating the belt pulley with a torque wrench to see what torque it requires to move and see how that relates to the spec of the motor (assuming I can find it for the fitted & OEM one!)
4) any other ideas?
5) Has anyone got part numbers for ordering direct from Nanotec as the postage / courier cost from Stepcraft vastly outstripped the already marked up cost of the motor!