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Unique NEMA 17 stepper motor application

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I am new to the 3D printing world so I have been playing catch up and reading a lot on stepper motors. I have a bunch of Minebea Nema 17 hybrid 1.8 degree motors. 280 mNm/ 39.66ozin. I believe what makes them so unique is that they have a rated current of 0.3A. I haven't seen many other motors with this amperage. Is there an application for these motors? Could you use them in a printer build? Any info would be really appreciated. Thanks so much.

Pete

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