How to choose the NEMA 23 or the NEMA 34 stepper motors?

by Curry Lee Führende Dentalgeräte und Zahnarzt

The decision between nema 23 and nema 34 hybrid stepper motor is primarily a decision about productivity — NEMA 34 motors can remove material at a higher rate using higher feed rates and deeper cut depths.


Motors serve to accelerate and decelerate components of the machine (such as the gantry or z axis), as well as to push the cutting bit through material.

How to choose the NEMA 23 or the NEMA 34 stepper motors?

NEMA 34 motors can take deeper passes through material and improve cutting speeds, especially on larger machines.


Generally, if you are using a machine for regular production work, higher power NEMA 34 motors will provide a fast return on investment.

However, if you are primarily doing small production runs or prototyping work, NEMA 23 motors will likely be sufficient.


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This stepper motor has different torque, the max torque is 3 Nm. We provide nema 23 stepper motor datasheet and torque curve. The torque is different for each operating speed, but decreases as the stepping speed increases. The reason is the operating principle of the stepper motor. The drive signal of the stepper motor generates a magnetic field in the coil of the motor to generate a step force. 

The Nema17 stepper motor is a stepper motor with an end face size of 1.7 inches x 1.7 inches. Available in single and dual shaft, 1.8° step angle and 0.9° step angle, round and cut shafts, and can be customized. The driving voltage is 12-24V. The maximum speed can be as high as 2000 rpm. Widely used in 3D printers, engraving machines, film cutting machines and other occasions.

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