| Rated Voltage / phase|| 2.7 V|
| Rated Current / phase|| 1.0 A|
| Resistance / phase|| 2.7 Ω ± 10%|
| Holding Torque|| 1,4 Kg·cm|
| Number of Leads|| 4|
| Weight|| 0.18 Kg|
| Length|| 3,6 cm|
| Full step angle|| 1.8º ± 20% (without load)|
| Front Shaft|| Length 20mm|
| Rear Shaft|| Length 10mm|
This tiny bipolar stepper engines have been designed by ourselves in order to be compatible with all the mini versions of the current 3D printers, like the RepRap Huxley
of Lewihe Play
models. Unlike other steppers available, our design includes a 70cm length cable and a 4-wire crimped connector compatible with the vast majority of electronics, from RAMPS
and Sanguinololu to Megatronics.
The engines provide a high torque with a nominal power of 3W and are available in two versions: single and double shaft. The double shaft model was designed to be placed in the top of Huxley-like printers. This way, printing a plastic piece for the shaft's top
makes the calibration of the Z axis easier, without exposing your fingers to potential cuts due to the spinning Z threaded rods.
The price is for one unit.