You didn't say what your application is but stepper motors excel in low speed applications. Unlike a brushed DC motor they develop their highest torque at the lowest speed.
You can get stepper motors with reduction gear trains. You didn't mention whether you think you want gear reduction for low speed or for increased torque.
Inkjet printers use stepper motors to slide the cartridge back & forth, right? Probably not as heavy as a silverware drawer, but you can get motors in all capacities.I saw a youtube video of a stepper motor spinnning something arouund at quite high speed. I bet 90 RPM is not a problem.
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