Thanks, I read that already. I'm just not sure which power supply I can use and how to have both, the arduino and the stepper, powered by just one source.
An A4988 will not work with a 1.7 amp motor [...] What power source are you thinking of (volts and amps) ? [...]
I would prefer a stepper with less steps, because I only need 24.
I think I have to start earlier and need a stepper motor advice as well.
The usual number of steps per revolution is 200. I can't imagine any value in having fewer steps.
Have you studied the link in Reply #1
Steppers with fewer steps should be faster and/or cheaper.
So.. at what voltage should I run the above stepper to get the maximum out of it? And which TB65xx chip would be suitable for the stepper?
Please take a look at my last reply, I edited it (again).
Don't do that.
Please take a look at my last reply, I edited it (again). If the driver is compatible with that stepper I will buy that one and test it with the prototype to be sure about the needed torque/speed.