About CNC Stepper Motors
A computer numerical control (CNC) machine is an automated machine that turns a piece of raw material like metal or wood into a specific design, with the instructions coming from a computer. The machine tool head varies; it can be a drill, a plasma torch, or even a waterjet strong enough to slice metal. A CNC machine can also be used for drawing, with the tool head outfitted with a regular sharpie.
While CNC machines are typically associated with large-scale manufacturing, they can also be used on a desktop level, similar to desktop 3D printers. Obviously, a CNC machine designed for hobby use doesn’t require the kind of components used on industrial CNC machines. But even when downsized, CNC machines still rely on motors to drive the motion system. That’s where CNC stepper motors come in
Low vibration,Low heating, No loss of step
Fast Response,Better Acceleration Performance
Thanks to a robust design they can be selected for the harshest environments. Precise, open-loop, speed and position control can be achieved with the application of full step, half step, or microstepping electronics.
Stepping angle is adjustable( rang in 18°±5%）， 0.9 °stepper motor's stepping angle is smaller, fineness is higher and positioning is more accurate.Avoiding vibration,runs more smoothly and gets lower noise.
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