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instrumentation stepper motor

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hi,

I need to buy some 2-phase instrumentation stepper motor (to be used for gauge's needle movement)... driven by microstepping.

Anyone knows any supplier/distributor for this?
 

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r u want it for hobby or for making any device, if hobby you can get some from the old damaged printers(its a cheep option).
 

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puviarasu said:
r u want it for hobby or for making any device, if hobby you can get some from the old damaged printers(its a cheep option).
i will use it for controlling the movement of the needle on the gauge (e.g. speedometer display).
so i think microstepping should be required.
 

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then use a reduction gear along with normal stepper motor?
 

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