Hi everyone!..I built the David Steele large table using the Xylotek board and the 269 steppers,using the Mach three software..The control board came set at 1/8th step...the router table uses 18 thread to the inch all thread...if the math is right,and I am sure it is because it moves exactly one inch when you jog it, that takes 28800 impulses to move one inch...8microsteps X 200 steps to revolve one revolution and then X 18 to move one inch...8X200X18=28800...Doesn't that seem awfully high??..moving the pin to the 1/4 or 1/2 step would really cut down on that number..Do i loose anything like torque or speed by changing this?

Also when it comes to tuning the acceleration..I am not after super speed on this table..Making the axes acceleration slope a gradual one instead of straight up,doesn't that help with the accuracy of the table,not missing steps or possible going off course of the cuts??