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RE: dc rotary motor

Would you be able to get a stepper motor to run fast enough?
I doubt it.
					Richard Barton

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Subject: Re: dc rotary motor

Original Poster: "Metlicka Marc" <mystuffs-at-orwell-dot-net> 

i have been thinking of using a stepper motor for a sync gap. this would
give variable speed and the actual speed could be judged by the step
rate. also with the use of an "o" scope to see the sine wave, the step
rate could be adjusted for a break at the peak of the wave. the stepper
leads could be in a shielded wire with the shield to ground.
any suggestions on this?