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Question Is there a full guide for a Stepper motor DD build?

Discussion in 'Direct Drive Wheels' started by V1nc1, May 11, 2021.

  1. V1nc1

    V1nc1 New Member

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    Is there a full guide for a Stepper motor DD wheel build using tb6600 driver or any cheap or budget alternatives
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    a stepper motor is not suitable for a FFB wheel
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    Is it really that bad? i saw many people build dd wheels from stepper motor
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    its designed to work in steps and gives a notchy feedback - use a dc motor or a servo motor
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    The mechanical performance of the stepper motor determines that its feedback is geared, but because of its low price, it is also used by many people. Feedback feels different from servo and DC motors, but it is acceptable.