Hello everyone; first post here! I am over-researching CNC router table builds and making/pricing out my own for when I am ready to make the plunge. I think I am sold on the Workbee1010 (I was going to get a Shapeoko 3XXL but like this design and...nerd level a bit more). In researching and pricing the build, the "high torque" variant of the NEMA 23 is offered for this, but looking at specs, it doesn't seem like it would run well with the "packaged" CNC xPro V3 controller. The motor's lowest voltage rating is 24V (max of the bundled power supply) and 3A. The standard NEMA 23, has the same voltage range but max of 2.8A, which already seems like is taxing the system (and probably not performing to its max). Looking to run a lot of aluminum projects, I would like the high-torque variants, but this being my first CNC experience I want to keep the build price reasonable and while I dont mind complex, I don't want to go TOO crazy. I am thinking that it may be worth stepping up to a 48V power supply and running an Openbuilds Mk3/4 controller and four DQ542MA drivers (cant quite swing the money for a Gecko540 and its required adapters to not run a parallel port). My fear with this is that limit switches and probing require 12V, and therefore I will need a second power supply for the controller as well (though if I am wrong, please let me know). Anyway, long question longer...anyone running setups like this and what are your results? Thanks!