> And suddenly there is a new seller on ebay with these steppers now
> On Saturday, October 13, 2012 12:26:29 PM UTC-7, wolfmanjm wrote:
> I picked up two of the bigger freebie motors on Wednesday, they are very fast!
> I can't find any data, but I tried at 6v and it worked very well. It is big enough that it is probably a 12v. I'll try to measure the speed but I know some of them were marked at 30k rpm.
> I also got 3 of the $10 steppers, they work really well.
> On Friday, October 12, 2012 3:02:26 AM UTC-7, Philip Freidin wrote:
> Although I missed the opportunity to pick up some stepper motors from Sam at Wednesday's meeting,
> I called him Thursday, and set up a meeting to get some. Picture if you will the very suspicious transfer
> of money and products from the back of cars in the parking lot of a shopping mall.
> Anyway, he also had a box of sample motors (non steppers) mostly sized for use in things like DVDs, VCRs, Office
> Automation Equipment, etc, etc. He said I could have some, I asked "how many", he said "as many as I want", I took
> them all. About 70 motors. I will bring the box of motors with me to the next meeting I attend, and you can all pick
> over them, as I only wanted a few for myself.
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