I think I found one who will even go faster. he has a little higher inductance, but half the holding torque.
I can move my axis perfectly fine with only 0.2A on the current motors which are rated at 1.5 , so I require very little force.
Chances are big that this motor will have enough juice to move the axis and will also be able to go faster in the end because if reasonably low inductance EMF, but due to the lower holding torque also more margin in the EMF due to rotation of the motor
I use the single shaft version of that motor in one of my printers. It will have more than enough torque for your printer. Plan on 0.8A current.