Rod S****I purchased the 3-pack of the smaller steppers for my current ender 3 pro project. For my applications, they work perfectly. It's a great deal for quality motors, and I'm going to purchase another 10 packs.
Sam N***These are great motors and they are very strong. They are operating quietly, and also need them to release their hold every time a move is complete.
Jim S**Please develop more low noise gearbox and with better prices, so we can sell your products to more clients and gain larger markets. Thank you.
57BYGH Nema 23 Linear Actuator With Stepper Motor
|Product Name||Linear Step Motor||Step Angle||1.8 °|
|Step Accuracy||± 5%||Temperature Rise||80 ℃ Max|
|Ambient Temperature||-20℃~+50℃||Insulation Resistance||100MΩ Min.500VC DC|
|Dielectric Strength||500VAC 1 Minute||MAX Radial Force||75N (10mm From Front Flange)|
|MAX Axial Force||15N|
Small Linear Stepper Motor,
Motorized Lead Screw Actuator,
Nema Linear Actuator
57BYGHL series NEMA 23 1.8 degree high torque linear step motor
The Features of the linear step motor
Engineers most commonly use these linear actuators in larger installations; on axes that move heavier loads, and in high-end medical or material-handling applications such as pick-and-place machinery that require extremely high precision. Like rotary equivalents, linear stepper motors either use a variable reluctance (just described) or a hybrid mode of operation. A hybrid linear-stepper platen is like that of a variable-reluctance linear stepper. In contrast, the forcer has multiple permanent magnets, magnetic U-shaped cores (with coils around them), and a steel yoke.
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