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I Hate Parallax Scrolling – Here’s Why You Should Too

Sep 25 2014 By Speider Schneider Posted in IMHO Advertisement Parallax scrolling for websites is the new hotness! Then again, so were glitter unicorns and type for MySpace pages and websites galore. The web moves fast and there’s a difference between a fad and a trend. So, is parallax scrolling a good addition to your website? Here’s a look at the top parallax scrolling websites, their strengths—and weaknesses. Overview If you haven’t seen a parallax scrolling site, it’s basically adding animation to a page where the elements can move independently to give a 2D space a 3D appearance. It’s actually an old animation technique from almost one hundred years ago when different animation cells were placed on different levels of glass and each …

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I Hate Parallax Scrolling – Here’s Why You Should Too

Poor Man’s 3D Printer Looks Rough, Prints Great!

In this Instructable, Gelstronic proves anyone can afford a 3D printer. Why? Because you can literally build one out of computer e-waste — specifically, DVD/CD drives. His goal was to build a printer for less than a hundred euros. And he darn well did it. The most expensive part was the hot-end coming in at 20 euros. He managed to find a Chinese Arduino MEGA 2560 for only 10 euros, and everything else was basically pocket change. The hot end features a geared NEMA 17 look-a-like stepper motor he found in a printer, and the XYZ axis all make use of the DVD drive trays. The only downside to this massive reusing of e-waste is the bed size. Due to the limited range of motion…

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Poor Man’s 3D Printer Looks Rough, Prints Great!

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