YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7EvgpiTBe8g
I saw this and a video from Uncle Jesse. This is pretty concerning. I don't want to see ANY printer stuff move to a subscription model. I personally hate subscriptions and want to OWN my devices. If they lock this out, then you'll have hardware that's useless unless you pay again for the machine you own…
Like Windows! You don't own Windows, you lease Windows…
I would love a good alternative to Chitubox. I've tried Lychee and didn't like it either.
Lychee is the best. Works great on Linux as well. I got the pro version, but I understand the free version is great too if you can stomach the ad before you slice.
I'm "dusting" off my resin machines so I was looking into slicers again. I have a mix of them here:
2x Photon Zeros
1x Photon S
1x OG Photon
1x Anet N4
It would be great if I could use the same slicer for all of them. The photon has its own slicer and it works.
Look at Lychee. Well supported. Licensing only allows installation on one box though if you get the pro version. No big deal though. I keep all my slicers on one machine anyway. The App Image works good on Debian distro's with no crazy dependency requirements.
I was playing with Lychee but it doesn't look to support the Anet N4 🙁
Chitu works best for my Mars 2 Pro, and Lychee for my Photon Mono X. They each have their pros and cons but don't seem to play well with their counterparts.
I'm hoping someone gets PrusaSlicer to support more resin printers, someone asked about it in the issues and iirc they said they won't be adding the support themselves, but if someone did it for them they would be happy to add it.