Axis jogging wrong

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jcsb
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Re: Axis jogging wrong

Post by jcsb »

Hey Marty,
I really didn't have a big problem getting the servo going, but once I did, I changed my mind. I felt that I would be under utilizing the DMM servo. So I bought a motor from your Italian stallion company TVT America. Looks good, but time will tell.
John
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Re: Axis jogging wrong

Post by martyscncgarage »

jcsb wrote: Sat Oct 31, 2020 9:49 pm Hey Marty,
I really didn't have a big problem getting the servo going, but once I did, I changed my mind. I felt that I would be under utilizing the DMM servo. So I bought a motor from your Italian stallion company TVT America. Looks good, but time will tell.
John
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Marty
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