So i’m sitting here in my lair wondering how I can squeeze any more anything out of my printers and I had a thought…Would there be any realistic gains by adding a second stepper to the X and Y axes of the printers? I have an MP3DP and a Piper1. I asked in another thread about beefier (wow, that work looks weird) steppers to swing the weight of that MK8 extruder and my heavy 1/2"x200mmx200mm plus heater and glass bed. But then I’m looking at it and wondered if I print the X and Y motor mounts mirrored and put them opposite the normal ones, if I could get similar results from two less torquey motors on each axis. Also I guess, not being any kind of engineer, is there is some inherent torsional something-or-other that makes this a bad idea?