Seeking Stepper sources

ArchiverArchiver Posts: 46,084
edited 2000-03-12 - 03:48:00 in Microcontrollers
Try www.meci.com. They are located in Dayton, Ohio where they have a
warehouse open to the public. Neat place, and just full of electronic junk.
estickney

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>I am in need of Stepper motor sources, preferably reasonably priced, for
>motors in the 125-300 in-oz torque range. Thanks in advance.
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  • ArchiverArchiver Posts: 46,084
    edited 2000-03-11 - 21:30:00
    Go to http://www.seanet.com/~dmauch/ and check the products page. Also might
    be worth sending Dan (The proprietor of Camtronics) an e-mail and tell him
    what you need. Dan is a great guy to deal with and not only has done a
    tremendous amount to enable the home shop machinist to implement CNC setups,
    but also is quite active in the area of robotics.

    I have no involvement with Camtronics other than being a very satisfied
    customer. I have purchased numerous steppers from him and they are always
    just what he says they are. Dan was having a closeout on some NEMA 23
    steppers in the 40 - 75 or so in/oz range. I picked up 5 brand new units
    that seem to be in the 60 - 75 in/oz range for $5.00 each.

    If you end up e-mailing him let him know that Tim in Denver sent you.


    Tim
    [noparse][[/noparse]Denver, CO]

    timg@k... <mailto:timg@k...>
    http://www.ktmarketing.com



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    > From: Aunt Bea [noparse][[/noparse]mailto:r_fl_z@h...]
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    > I am in need of Stepper motor sources, preferably reasonably priced, for
    > motors in the 125-300 in-oz torque range. Thanks in advance.
  • ArchiverArchiver Posts: 46,084
    edited 2000-03-12 - 03:48:00
    I am in need of Stepper motor sources, preferably reasonably priced, for
    motors in the 125-300 in-oz torque range. Thanks in advance.
    ______________________________________________________
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