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This might be an odd question, but do you think this plotter, or plotters in general would be able to function properly if they are mounted vertically on a wall? They would have to fight an uneven force of gravity, but would the steppers be strong enough to over come it? I guess there is no positional feedback so if the axis most impacted by gravity slipped, the plotter wouldn't be able to correct.
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