Standard Extruder/Stepper Motor – Long Shaft

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Standard 38mm Depth NEMA17 Stepper Motor Long shaft with flat edge for use with extruders and pulleys Replaces most stepper motors of the same size on your 3D printer.


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Details This is a stepper motor that works for most applications on your 3D printer. Use it for your X, Y, Z, or E motors. Has a long shaft (about 22mm) for using it with geared extruders, like our Tough Extruder or others (Bondtech, Titan, etc) 1 Meter cable included with 4 Pin JST XH plug on the end to connect to most 3D printer boards. 1.8-degree step angle with 1.5A max current rating. Wiring Notes: This uses a standard stepper motor plug on most 3D printers. Depending on your stock printer wiring this motor should work on any machine. See below for how the plug is wired. If you connect this to your stock motor plug and it shakes instead of moving then you will need to re-arrange the pins to match the wiring on the included cable.

  • Black: A+
  • Green: A-
  • Red: B+
  • Blue: B-

Part Fitment/Installation

This is a universal 3D printer part. That means it will work on almost any 3D printer (check your printer voltage and part voltage) with the correct mount for your specific machine. Thingiverse is a wonderful place to locate mounts and we also have printed parts in our shop for some universal parts.

It is up to you to determine and select a mount for your specific printer model (or design one) to install this part on your machine and wire it up to your machine (if applicable). You are welcome to Contact Us for recommendations for your particular printer model for mounting options that are available online if searching yourself does not yield any results.

Additional information

Weight 10 oz
Dimensions 3 × 3 × 3 in
Made In

🇨🇳 China

Warranty Length

6 Months

1 review for Standard Extruder/Stepper Motor – Long Shaft

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    Trev Os (verified owner)

    The Stepper Motor does what I want. I am planning to replace the Y Axis Motor and found the small and tight fittings of the E3 V2 may need a new bracket to hold the Stepper Motor on the Y Axis. The stock leveling wheels may rub against the motor, in my case it appears my modified printer’s bed is preventing the wheel bearings from touching the Y end stop. I am going to swap out the stock gear for a larger work area and to later install dampers for a smoother axis. Would like feedback if anyone experienced the same with the EV2 Printer. Big not small, come on Creality.

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