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  1. #11
    Are all the axis free? no binding ?
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    yes john everything seems free without the screws attached light finger pressure will move them

  3. #13
    It is the velocity and acceleration figures that adjust the speed, what are they set to?

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  5. #15
    Right the maximum you can do with this is 177.18mm / min if it can get up to speed in time hence your 88mm/min or suchlike.

    Leave the steps alone and increase the velocity to 2,000 to start and acceleration to about 150 as a start point.

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    thanks john
    so my steps are set right , will try the settings you suggest, i knew i should be able to get a bit more speed somehow, if i can even get to 1000mm a min i will be happy

  7. #17
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    managed to get my speed up , wired the steppers bipolar single coil
    at 2.5 amps the 3nm motors are down to about 2nm but the speed has increased quite considerably can get about over 1000mm/min

  8. #18
    If you increase speed, then the torque will inevitably go down.

    What was the problem?

    (Glad you got it sorted!)

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