64*64=4096 to be exact.

Wrong (in two ways), since the docs say that the gear ratio is 64:1 and

there are 64 _half_-steps per motor revolution. So 32*64 ought to be the

anwser...

There seem to be at least two different versions of this motor, and the gear

ratios in at least one are not exactly 64:1, but close (this is usually the case

for large gear ratios, the design and implementation are often slightly

different due to the practicalities of gear-train design.