But it would need to be at least as good, or better than the free alternatives like ChiTuBox. Would need it to do resin-style supports but also want features like auto-part-angle to minimize bottom-faces, and a way to add drain holes, and a way to hollow models, and a way to have infill-lattice.
I'd love this too, but as the mechanisms for SLA and DLP are so radically different than for FDM it seems like a significant diversion and the resultant product would be so different to the FDM one,that it would bear almost no relation. The vast majority of the slicer settings wouldn't be relevant.
I can't help but feel that that would divert resources from the myriad other requests; nice though I agree it would be!
I'd love to see this too! Thanks for bringing it up. Are there any other printers you guy's would be interested in seeing supported? I know the photon is popular and they now have a newer version. What about other brands and models?
"A bird does not sing because it has an answer. It sings because it has a song."
Peopoly just announced their Phenom model (https://peopoly.net/products/phenom) which uses the same type of MSLA technology as the smaller Photon/Mars/SL1 printers and will also be using ChiTu Box. I'm very interested in that printer, but playing around with the ChiTu software I'm not sure I want to invest that much in a printer with such...mediocre software. Simplify3D as an alternative would be great (and SLA/MSLA support would pretty much guarantee I'd upgrade to 5.0).