Aokin 5Pcs 3D Printer Dual Z Stepper Motor Parallel Module with 100mm Cables,for Dual Double Z Axis Dual Z Stepping Motors, for Reprap Prusa Lerdge 3D Printer Board 3D Printer Parts and Accessories

Feature:
Name: 3D Printer Dual Z Stepper Motor Parallel Module
Size: 25mm*15mm
Cable Length: 100cm

Package :
5pcs Dual z stepper motor parallel modules
5pcs Cables

Product Features

  • Design – New Dual Z Stepper Motor Adapter Parallel Module Diverter Expanding Flow Board Diffuser Splitter.
  • Application – Special designed for 3D printer stepper motor-side parallel, a driver drives two motors, put them in-line (series) with the motor.
  • Module Size – 25mm*15mm; Cable Length: 100mm; Weight: 5g,Comes with a 4 pin cable (4 inch), easy to connect.
  • Note – Only for mini printers or small current motors in parallel (with the same motor in parallel, the current are divided evenly).
  • Pakage List – 5pcs dual z stepper motor parallel modules and 5pcs cables, easy to operate.

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Aokin 3D Printer Parts and Accessories, 1pcs 3D Printer Stepper Motor Parallel Module with 100mm Cables for Double Z Axis Dual Z Stepping Motors Reprap Prusa Lerdge 3D Printer Board

1pcs 3D Printer Dual Z Stepper Motor Parallel Module with 2pcs 100mm Cables

Package Included:

1 x stepper motor parallel module

1 x 100mm 4 pin cables

Product Features

  • Module Size: 27mm/1.06in x 15mm/0.59in; Cable Length: 100mm/3.94in; Weight: 5g
  • Package Included: 1pcs stepper motor parallel modules with 1pcs 100mm cables, easy to connect.
  • Application: special design for stepper motor-side parallel, a driver drives two motors, put them in-line (series) with the motor.
  • Compatible: this module is only used for small printers or small current motors in parallel (with the same motor in parallel, the current are divided evenly).
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fosa Stepper Motor Nema 12V Stepper stepping Motor DC Electric Low Noise 42 DC Step Motor Kit with 4-lead Cables for 3D Printer Engraving CNC

Specifications:
Compatible With: for 3D Printer
Model Number: 42BYGH40
Step Angle: 1.8°
Working Voltage: 12V
Motor Shaft Length: Approx.22 mm / 0.87in
Motor Shaft Diameter: Approx. 5mm / 0.2in (D Type Shaft)
Motor Length: Approx. 40mm / 15.7in
Number of Leads: 4
Wire Color: Black(A+), Green(A-), Red(B+), Blue(B-)
Wire Length: Approx. 1m / 3.3ft
Size: Approx. 6.8 * 4.3 * 4cm / 2.7 * 1.7 * 1.6in
Weight: About 302g

Package List:
1 x 4-lead Stepper Motor for 3D Printer

Warning:
Make sure the motor connect to a constant current or chopper drive controller before you test motor. Connecting the motor directly to a power supply will destroy the motor. 

Product Features

  • Most popular model equipped with 1.8 degree step angle
  • Specially designed and suitable for 3D Printers
  • Low noise and high quality
  • Bipolar 4-wire: Black A +, Green A-, Red B +, Blue B-
  • It has a quite stable performance during work and will not loss step

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Stepping stone for creative talent

AT the age of 14, Khor Kai Dat worked at a computer shop owned by a neighbour who taught him about computers and he was later employed as a technician.

After sitting for the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia exam, Khor went straight to work instead of pursuing his education. He worked as a computer technician, air condition installer and car repairman, among others. He did not receive any formal training until he enrolled into the Kojadi Institute (now re-branded as VTAR Institute) two years ago at the age of 23.

At Kojadi, Khor took a two-year Electronic Equipment course where he acquired invaluable mechanical and electronic skills.

The multi-talented Khor has created a 3D printing machine from a formula available online and invented a prototype robot with vacuuming functions that is specifically designed to inspect narrow air ducts.

VTAR institute chief executive officer Tan Cheng Liang, who is full of praise for the now 25-year-old Khor, says: “Khor is so talented that he was offered a job at a company even before he completed his course in June this year.”

He is employed as a business partner, and not a mere worker.

Khor, who used his previous work experience and newly gained knowledge at Kojadi to create the robot to help clean and inspect air ducts, says the institute provided him with the opportunity to acquire mechanical and electronic skills.

“I am especially grateful to my teacher Cikgu Khalid who provided me with the basic knowledge. He is such a good teacher, but unfortunately he has retired,” he says.

Khor’s robot will be the highlight at the VTAR launch ceremony on Wednesday.

He created the robot to help those who needed to inspect air ducts, as some of these areas are too narrow for a person to crawl through.

“The robot can carry out inspection work, as it comes equipped with a camera and vacuum system,” adds Khor who continuously learns new things by surfing the Web.

Khor was hired as business partner to create and sell 3D printers.

“Now, we are selling the 3D printers online, apart from providing 3D printing services.

“We have already sold more than 10 units.”

He says the company is planning to set up marketing and servicing facilities in Pudu, Kuala Lumpur, but its plant in Semenyih, Selangor, to assemble 3D printers is already up and running.