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in theory printers purchased for printing shields and such should have been FDM, resin isn't really skin safe and shouldn't be used for anything you wear. Then again, I think a lot of people didn't care much about that.

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Very few resin printers can print the headband part of the faceshields. They just don't have the available print area. And most resins are too brittle, anyway.

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So I know the recommended specs for Chitubox is 

 

Intel i7

8gb ram

 

But I am curious if an Intel i5 or i3 with 8gb+ would be able to run it?

 

 

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15 hours ago, NecroMancer said:

So I know the recommended specs for Chitubox is 

 

Intel i7

8gb ram

 

But I am curious if an Intel i5 or i3 with 8gb+ would be able to run it?

 

 

 

According to the system requirements page the minimum you need is a Pentium 4 with 4gb of ram. Those were discontinues over a decade ago. So even an i3 should run it. It would just be a question of how slow can you tolerate.

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10 hours ago, cmorse said:

 

According to the system requirements page the minimum you need is a Pentium 4 with 4gb of ram. Those were discontinues over a decade ago. So even an i3 should run it. It would just be a question of how slow can you tolerate.

It would also depend on the generation of processor.  An i5 6xxx series will run laps around a 2xxx or 3xxx series in a lot of tasks

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