I have an issue with my Shapeoko 2, please help me to debug it: during my first real cut, it has jumped about 10mm on the X-axis. I've also recorded video that demonstrates a tremble (during a dry-run). What could have been the cause?
I was thinking of: - stepper motor issue (either the control, the motor itself) - the belt may be loose (but it also appeared on Z-axis movement too) - the wood has some inconsistency (but it also appeared on dry run)
It all started as a very small disagreement on how to call certain fields, and it eventually grew into a reasonable naming guideline that I've always missed. Strongly recommended to read even if you are not working with Dart.
At first glance, HTML5/CSS seems to have amazing capabilities for next gen UIs: any of the 115 or so style-able properties can be animated. Yet, in modern browsers only two properties, transform, and opacity, can be mutated at 60fps. In this talk, I explain why thats the case, and ask the question, "Should we demand better?"