New NEMA 17 stepper motor with optional integrated lead screw

Posted by Brandon on 16 January 2014
Tags: new products

We have added a compact, powerful new NEMA 17-size stepper motor to our wide selection of stepper motors. This 42×38 mm stepper motor is available with a standard 5 mm D-shaft for general-purpose use, but perhaps more exciting is the version with a 28 cm threaded rod, which turns it into a linear actuator capable of precision open-loop position control. This latter version has the stainless steel lead screw built right into the stepper motor, so there is no need to deal with extra hardware such as shaft couplers and set screws, and the copper alloy traveling nut with mounting holes is included. Raise your next project to new heights with the precision (40 µm per full step) and control of a stepper motor!

Please see the product pages for more information:

For other options, you can take a look at our full selection of stepper motors.

2 comments

What motor driver are you using for the animation? Do you have a low voltage, high current stepper driver? Thanks.
For the animated GIF, we used our DRV8825 Stepper Motor Driver Carrier, High Current. If you are looking for a low-voltage stepper motor driver, you might consider our DRV8834 carrier, which can handle the same amount of current as the DRV8825, but operates from 2.5 V to 10.8 V.

-Brandon

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