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robotdigg steppers

Posted: Sat Aug 15, 2015 11:37 am
by stonewater
what do you guys think ? ... pper+Motor price is right :) was gonna build another ezstruder w/bowden looking at ordering a polystrooder tri hotend.

Tom C

Re: robotdigg steppers

Posted: Sat Aug 15, 2015 12:31 pm
by Polygonhell
It's rated at slightly lower torque than the ones that come with the kit, how that translates to actual output on 12V is anyone's guess. It will probably be fine but you do have to be a bit careful with motor selection for direct drive extruders. I moved one of mine to a geared stepper and I'm going to do the same for all of the others.

Re: robotdigg steppers

Posted: Sun Aug 16, 2015 8:47 am
by rpress
I use these for my extruders. They can run at a lower current with the same torque as the stock motor, so they are much cooler. ... pper+motor

Re: robotdigg steppers

Posted: Sun Jul 31, 2016 9:58 pm
by robotdigg
2016, RobotDigg Equip Makers!
Thanks for all of you. This is Tiger Huang, founder of RobotDigg.
RobotDigg are trying to do our best to equip makers of Robotics, Drones, Open PnP, 3D Printer, 6 DOF
Wish all of makers come with brilliant kickstarter project.

Re: robotdigg steppers

Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2016 12:25 pm
by bvandiepenbos
I have purchased stuff from robotdigg several times. I have not had any issues with their stuff.
Decent products, great prices.

Only problem is shipping has been rather expensive.

Re: robotdigg steppers

Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2016 5:23 pm
by gchristopher
I've bought a couple times from Robotdigg and had good experiences. Apparently shipping to Alaska from HK isn't any worse than from the Lower 48, so I didn't even notice shipping being high.

Robotdigg is the only place I could find those wonderful radiators sized for Nema17 stepper motors. With a 40mm PC fan and some thermal grease, all of my motors are at most slightly warm to the touch, even the EZStruder motor that used to burning hot.

For big ticket items like kits or if you want to be really sure you're getting a particular brand (Hot ends or SSR), I'd still look for a domestic seller.