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    I've been using them on both my lathes and they have been fine. There's no real option to tune the drives themselves but you can tune the higher level system. I have closed loop position control on one of them (the Bantam, using Linuxcnc and glass scales) and the response is pretty impressive. Main thing is to make sure the torque and power are adequate for your machine. Best to err on the safe size, not least as they are fairly low cost. The other thing I did was change the fans, which sounded like a nest of angry wasps.

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