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The next thing to consider is the positioning resolution you require. The number of steps per revolution ranges from 4to 400. Commonly available step counts are 24, 48 and 200.
Resolution is often expressed as degrees per step. A 1.8° motor is the same as a 200 step/revolution motor.
The trade-off for high resolution is speed and torque. High step count motors top-out at lower RPMs than similar size.
And the higher step-rates needed to turn these motors results in lower torque than a similar size low-step-count motorat similar speeds.
Another way to achieve high positioning resolution is with gearing. A 32:1 gear-train applied to the output of an 8- steps/revolution motor will result in a 512 step motor.
A gear train will also increase the torque of the motor. Some tiny geared steppers are capable of impressive torque.
But the tradeoff of course is speed. Geared stepper motors are generally limited to low RPM applications.
Another thing to consider is how the motor will interface with the rest of the drive system. Motors are available with a
number of shaft styles:
Round or "D" Shaft: These are available in a variety of standard diameters and there are many pulleys, gears and shaft couplers designed to fit. "D" shafts have one flattened side to help prevent slippage. These are desirable when high torques are involved.
Geared shaft: Some shafts have gear teeth milled right into them. These are typically designed to mate with
modular gear trains.
Lead-Screw Shaft: Motors with lead-screw shafts are used to build linear actuators. Miniature versions of these can be found as head positioners in many disk drives.