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I'm with Joe on this, but also from the point of view that if the controller is any good, it will have inbuilt ramping which can be set quite short, but will greatly benefit motor/drive-train durability.
As for me - you must use two 48VDC standard AC/DC power supply. On standard PS present voltage correction pot.
Then you can easly set 45VDC on both. Then (45VDC)+(45VDC)=90VDC.
But max current of PS must be sutable for used motor.
Retrofitting with standard component - best solution.
Or you can use DIN rail mount PS.