Teh Stork wrote:Well, you've got less copper in your motor now - something I'm quite sure isn't a good thing.
Most likely you reduced the inductance of the stator by such a substantial amount it is now in the category "Super hard motor to drive" because of a extremely low time constant.
Teh Stork wrote:Since you have only 3 turns there now, the inductance of the stator is seriously reduced. If I get this right, you have reduced the turn count from 41 to 3. This means you only have 1/256 of the inductance you had earlier. This makes the time constant of the motor insanely small, making the motor uncontrollable since the current rise is too fast for the controller - unless it's built for it.
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