A stepper motor is designed to move in small increments, making it effective for precise work. The stepper can spin at high
speeds, but the right motor can also stop at the exact degree angle you want it to. The way this works is heavily involved with
how the motor windings are configured. Essentially, the current is passed through one winding, then the other, then back
through the first with the opposite polarity and then back through the second with opposite polarity. This process continues as
long as current is passed through the motor, and the result is continuous rotation. If you reverse a winding, the direction of the
motor rotation will reverse.