STEPPERONLINE Stepper Motor Nema 17 Bipolar 40mm 64oz.in(45Ncm) 2A 4 Lead 3D Printer Hobby CNC
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- 45Ncm(63.7oz.in) holding torque
- NEMA 17 bipolar 1.65"x1.65"x1.57" 4-wire
- 1.8 deg. step angle(200 steps/rev)
- Rated current 2A & resistance 1.1ohms
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This is high torque Nema 17 stepper motor with 1.8 deg. step angle (200 steps/revolution). Each phase draws 2A, allowing for a holding torque of 45Ncm(63.7oz.in).
It's ideal for the RepRap Prusa, Mendel 90, Rostock and similar 3D printers, as well as CNC and robotics applications.
The motor is supplied with a 1 metre long power cable with a 4-pin Harwin female connector already fitted - ready to plug and print!
100% brand new of "STEPPERONLINE", and ROHS and CE certificated.
* Manufacturer Part Number: 17HS16-2004S
* Motor Type: Bipolar Stepper
* Step Angle: 1.8 deg.
* Holding Torque: 45Ncm(63.7oz.in)
* Rated Current/phase: 2A
* Phase Resistance: 1.1ohms
* Inductance: 2.6mH+/-20%(1KHz)
* Frame Size: 42 x 42mm
* Body Length: 40mm
* Shaft Diameter: 5mm
* Shaft Length: 23mm
* D-cut Length: 21mm
* Number of Leads: 4
* Lead Length: 1000mm
* Weight: 310g
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* As a stepper motor, it should connect to a constant current or chopper driver. Connecting the motor directly to a power supply will destroy the motor.
* To choose a driver, please make sure the driver's output current not higher than motor rated current, and voltage not higher than 36V.
* Please take care of four wires coils order when you connecting to driver, or it will damage your driver.
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I beat up this motor, held it still while trying step, and turning it while it was trying to hold, but no complaints per the motor. I got it stupid hot in an attempt to really work it, and it still responds quite well. So I only have good recommendations for this motor.
(I'm going to order the 84oz motors for my application, and use the same seller :D )
They were a bolt-up, drop in replacement for the stock motors. Though, this item has a higher amperage rating and slightly higher torque, so I can under-drive them a little an lose nothing in the trade.
I know the stock motor is 34mm, but a 6mm difference is negligible for me, and the tradeoff in torque gain was worth it.
One note though, I had to remove some metal from the heatsink to make it fit, since the shaft is a bit longer than stock as well. Also, be sure to adjust your voltage, because the stock motors run at a pretty significantly lower voltage than these.
I'm very happy with this motor and will continue to use them for all my extruders.
I built a clone and these motors work great with the RAMPS and default drivers.
The wires are plenty long enough, and although I would have loved a connector at the motor itself, I can always add one myself.
No issues with drift or double-stepping. Plenty strong enough for all 5 motors of my machine.