Stepper motor

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Stepper motor

A stepper motor is an electric motor that is able to create sharp movements. It is used, for example, in printers. Typically it has more than two wires that are needed to control it. A stepper motor needs an electrical circuit to work. There are several versions of stepper motors and several ways to drive those.

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Water cutting

3D-prints