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    I have modified the code a little bit.There was an odd issue with the code when it took a picture the moment as it was moving the motor.i have modified the code so that the motor will move wait so the object settles then will take a picture and wait and will then move the motor again.The problem was that the pictures were getting blurry because it was taking the picture as the object was moving.

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    Hi, first of all thanks for the sheer idea of this. i have hooked everything up with an small arduino uno and i just had to adjust the pins.I have a question regarding the code.You are initializing the steppermotor with 200*64 steps per Rev.what is the meaning of the *64?I am using a nema17 steppermotor with 50 steps in 1/8 stepping mode and i had to use 200*32... (One revolution works perfectly with this value.)I just dont know what the value *64 is doing. Would you please explain to me?

    Hi, first of all thanks for the sheer idea of this. i have hooked everything up with an small arduino uno and i just had to adjust the pins.I have a question regarding the code.You are initializing the steppermotor with 200*64 steps per Rev.what is the meaning of the *64?I am using a nema17 steppermotor with 50 steps in 1/8 stepping mode and i had to use 400*32... (One revolution works perfectly with this value.)I just dont know what the value *64 is doing. Would you please explain to me?

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