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Use micro-stepping techniques to smooth operation of step motors

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JoMa
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JoMa   3/25/2009 11:23:15 AM
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This technology is in use for some 10-20 years now. I agree with teh smoother operation. I don't agree withe the higher accuracy. Due to resonance wthin each (micro-)step and stick slip of the rotor you can only be sure to reach a position accuracy within half a step.

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Ioan P.   2/6/2009 10:12:04 AM
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Excelent article!

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