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Posted · Step motor question

 

 

Please understand that I’m not good at English.

 

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It is assumed that number 1 is the smallest division of the stepper motor.

If you want to reduce the speed of the stepper motor in half, is the pulse equal to No. 2? Or is it like No. 3? (I change the division of the step motor.)

 

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When I give each 1 pulse to the X, Y step motor, I expect it to move diagonally as shown in the graph.

 

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If I give 2 pulses in the X direction and 1 pulse in the Y direction, does the stepper motor move like No. 1 in the graph? Or does it move like No. 2?

 

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If I give 2 pulses in the X direction and 1 pulse in the Y direction, does the stepper motor move like No. 1 in the graph? Or does it move like No. 2? (I change the pulse)

 

 

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