From what I've read I'm under the understanding its harder to control a higher "RPM" motor due to the lower internal resistance. Thus if we stop the current running through the motor it still rolls on due to momentum. A lower torque motor, doesn't have as much momentum and wont move as far when we cut the current to it. Problem with this type of motor from my understanding is it cannot move a device with a high weight.
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