Anycubic Stepper Motor

Original replacement stepper motors from Anycubic

  • Original spare part
  • By Anycubic
  • $29.66

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Delivery on Wednesday, 17 November: Order today until 13:30.

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Item no.: ANY-E18010002, Content: 1 pc

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  • Original spare part
  • By Anycubic
A: $17.74
B: $17.74
C: $29.66
D: $35.58
E: $17.74

Product information & technical details

Item no.: ANY-E18010002
Manufacturer No.: S010091
Manufacturers: Anycubic
Content: 1 pc

Description

Anycubic stepper motor

This is an original stepper motor, which is installed in almost all FDM printers from Anycubic.

This table helps you choose the right stepper motor:

X-axis Y-axis Z-axis Extruder
Mega S A A B C.
Mega X B A D C.
Mega Zero E E B C.

Questions & Answers about Anycubic Stepper Motor

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  • Why is the Pancake stepper double the price of the others? Does it have higher torque or speed?

    This question has not been answered yet.

  • I need to replace a z-axis motor on an Anycubic i3 Mega. Can you tell me which one i need.

    1 Answer, last answered on 14 April 2021

  • Can you tell me which stepper motor I need for the x axis on the anycubic mega pro please

    1 Answer, last answered on 30 March 2021

  • Does this include the connectors, I want to replace the wiring at the same time?

    This question has not been answered yet.

  • what stepper measures 42mm*42mm*48mm long flat to flat with 6 pin plug 5mm shaft 25mm long 4.5mm flat on shaft

    1 Answer, last answered on 30 March 2021

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Customer Reviews

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2 customer reviews in all languages

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