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  1. In practice, any difference between the XM and XH series?

    Hi, has anybody used both series long enough to comment? I know the XH series is made of Maxon motor and "advertised" to be more reliable and long lasting. In practice, is the extra money and decrease in speed as well as torque worth it?

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    Re: In practice, any difference between the XM and XH series?

    Sorry, I have used neither... But your summary is what I have seen mentioned up on Robotis...

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    Has anybody else used both series?

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