Hi everyone, For a project i'm working on, i'm mounting a stepper motor against a wooden, round plate. This wooden plate is again fixed on a table. The stepper motor is fixed to the wooden plate using 2 metal brackets. The stepper motor itself drives a round object of about 0.4 kg that is directly coupled to its shaft using a coupler. The problem is that the motor provides great torque, and can drive the load with no problem, but from the moment i mount the brackets onto the wooden plate, or even push the brackets against the mounting plate, and try to start the motor, it won't work. If i lift the brackets off the plate, it works again ... I'm guessing this has something to do with vibration. I tried all kinds of frequencies, but that doesn't help. Is there some kind of standard mounting i can use? The motor is size NEMA 17.