Your question is not detailed enough, you want to use the stepper
motor's torque to drive the equipment and control the torque output of
the stepper motor itself?
Or you wanna use the stepper motor to turn another torque controling
I want to use the stepper motor's torque to drive the equipment and control
the torque output of the stepper motor itself.
I have a winding application that I would like to feed wire onto a spool
using a seperate constant speed feed device. Obviously the spool will need
to change rotational speed as the package gets bigger. I would like to use a
motor to drive the spool that will maintain a constant torque as the wire is
put on the package. The reason I want to use a stepper is that when the
package is full I need to position the spool. I have 24 of these and need to
keep the cost down.
The electronics to provide speed and torque control to a stepper will cost
alot more than doing the same thing with a DC servo motor. You might use a
mechanical brake to position the spool, details??
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