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  1. Yup, what you said :cool:

    Yup, what you said :cool:
  2. Are you talking about one mounted on the machine...

    Are you talking about one mounted on the machine with a pinion? If so, then when the switch is set at 1000, your UNIT VALUE is 1273.2395. If you set the switch to 500, then the unit value is half...
  3. Jon... There definitely multiple programming...

    Jon...
    There definitely multiple programming options, so you will have to test for accuracy when you have it done. You can use the drivers dip switch on 500 to get your numbers (quarter steps) ...
  4. Jon... I think the 25:1 will work well for your...

    Jon...
    I think the 25:1 will work well for your 8" diameter work. My numbers do not agree with yours tho. Using the OEM programming from the ASM911 I get the numbers in the attached chart. (with...
  5. Jon... You are missing my point and/or not doing...

    Jon...
    You are missing my point and/or not doing the math. Assuming yours is SB OEM programming at eighth steps. You will use 11.11 as your unit value. IF you look at my chart below you will see...
  6. Jon... the 1273.2395 step resolution (steps per...

    Jon...
    the 1273.2395 step resolution (steps per inch) is based on 500 steps per motor rotation and a 20 tooth pinion as the number of steps to move a linear inch. For use as a 1:1 rotary you would...
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