Testing stepper motors

Is there a way I can test a stepper motor? On the bench without the driver circuitry? Does someone make a stepper motor tester?

Thanks russ

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If you MUST post the *same* question to MULTIPLE groups, put all the groups on the To line the first time you post.

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Kirk Johnson

No. Please don't.

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UCLAN

Give reasoning for your stupid statement.

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Peter Hucker

If it was so stupid, why did it take you 12 days to respond? That said, cross-posting without using a "Follow-up To:" flag provides a conduit for off topic flame wars to escalate in several groups, with all groups tied together for the duration of the war. Nothing like a 100 post off-topic thread permeating several groups instead of just the one.

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Because I have a life outside of newsgroups.

I frown upon followup to flags. They make things go where you don't expect them to. I've therefore set a killfile rule for any such posts.

Besides, if you want replies to your post to go to group X, then why didn't you post it there in the first place?

"Ignore thread", it ain't rocket science. More likely you're just a non-social person who can't stand the idea of more then 4 people having a conversation.

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Peter Hucker

Me? I don't crosspost. I assume the crossposter *did* include "group X" in his/her crosspost. Using "Follow-up to:" just directs all replies (including flames and bogus advice) to just the one group instead of ALL of the infected groups.

And throw out the legitimate replies along with the garbage. How intelligent.

Since when does a long running OT thread remotely resemble a conversation?

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UCLAN

Can't rememeber, you've deleted some of the references.

Which is silly. Say person A asks a question in groups X, Y, Z. Person B is subscribed to only group Y, and replies. The followup person A added directs person B's reply to group X, so person B cannot continue the discussion.

Then ignore the subthread.

Who said I was only referring to long running ones?

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Peter Hucker

Too logical for ya that someone arguing against crossposting wouldn't crosspost?

Simply join the discussion in group X, or is that too difficult. Saves hundreds of readers of the other groups from the nonsense. If he's too lazy to go to group X, then I guess he just drops out. The world won't end.

Ah, if only they'd mark the header as such. Herein lies the problem. Off-topic and flame war posters seldom change the header "SUBJECT."

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UCLAN

I'm talking about the "Mr Bloggs wrote" things.

Why should people have to keep changing what groups they are subscribed to?

Why do they have to? Doesn't your nwesreader allow for selective thread and subthread ignoring? The references header tells it what to do.

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