[OpenSCAD] Chromebook 13 (Acer) to run OpenSCAD?

doug moen doug at moens.org
Sat Jun 18 17:15:22 EDT 2016

I suggest BlocksCAD, since it should run in a browser on a ChromeBook with
no difficulty, and presents an OpenSCAD like programming model with a more
kid friendly interface.


On 14 June 2016 at 13:29, william <whareg12 at yahoo.com> wrote:

> I know it may not be appropriate to ask this question here.  I am
> supporting
> a charity organisation which will run a summer camp for the underprivileged
> free of charge.  I intend to bring a few printers into the camp and one of
> the things I want to show them is OpenSCAD.  However, the organisation has
> quite a number of Acer Chromebook 13's (sponsorship or donation, I don't
> know) and I wonder how I can run OpenSCAD on them.
> I check that some of the chromebook models may be converted to Windows but
> it seems that this one is not listed.  Perhaps the article was written
> before this model was put on the market.
> https://www.reddit.com/r/chrultrabook/comments/3gtjfe/windows_10_fully_supported_on_acer_c720c720p/
> <
> https://www.reddit.com/r/chrultrabook/comments/3gtjfe/windows_10_fully_supported_on_acer_c720c720p/
> >
> Any suggestions?
> Thx.
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