Home Made 3D Printed Stepper Motor (VIDEO)

3D Printing isn’t just about photorealistic bulldogs, beautiful jewelry and iPhone cases, it is also a way to design, prototype and produce more complex products by integrating other components.  Check out this working stepper motor constructed around a Shapeways 3D printed frame along with some nails, magnet wire, neodymium magnets and a digispark microcontroller.

If a simple motor can be constructed, what is the next step? (pun intended)

4 comments

  1. MISS3

    If copper will be available for 3D printing…
    Wind turbines in every home :) ?

  2. eric

    wow , way cool , the coiling could also be produced with a 5 axis CNC …..

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