What a cute little motor! It's 20mm square, about 3/4"!
If you are going to use the A4988 driver, you're limited to 35V. So a stock 36V power supply is out.
24V would work, but higher top speed if you can get closer to 35V.
You can use a different power supply for the Due, just don't forget to connect grounds.
What are you using five tiny motors for?
The A4988 should work fine for that motor - just respect its voltage limits and make sure the current is adjusted to 0.6amps to protect the motor.
Thank you for your answers
I have minimal experience with controllers, motors and hardware assembly, but this particular project seems not to difficult if I will get proper device and basic guide, to use it for mechanics and control application.
I need to handle event commands for several steppers with 2.5 oz-in of torque, with compatible high voltage motor power supply (e.g. 24-36 volts) to get the desired step rate.
fast combinations movement mostly in range of 90 degree with step positions, based on cv processing current coordinate result in real time, and mouth movement which has set of combinations for each viseme, it is no less then 5-6 messages per second PC sends to controller for viseme event and real time control from coordinate degree must be 3-5 per second command for several motors at the same time. Short movements from one step to another by combination.
This assumes that the response and motion of motors must be quite fast and synchronous with event, without delay. Torque required to accelerate mass of mechanical parts accounts for 53-193 gm for each separate motor including gear element, from 0 to 300 rpm in 0.1 seconds.
It is for animatronic viseme and eyes movement mechanism from control application. Motor size in mechanical assembly must be about 22-27mm 32-23mm maximum. I hope this stepper and bipolar stepper driver with compatible high voltage motor power supply (e.g. 24-36 volts) must work, but now I noted that it is 35 volts