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Hi, I really like your flexi fish and corgi. Can I sell 3D prints of them? I won't share your files.

Perfectly happy to provide credit to you as the creator as well

hello, models are not for mass consumption.

Thank you for the response! Is it only the STL not for resale, or both the STL and the printed object? We would not sell models but would like to sell printed objects. Thank you for your time.

This is an example of what I mean:

I don't understand your question in the link.
STL files of articulated toys and their printouts are not for commercial use.

I can sell you the rights to some toys and remove them from my shop.
Sale only in bitcoins or in rubles.

I followed the link, thanks for showing me, I will contact the site administration immediately.

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sorry for grammar mistakes, i am from germany and not used to write in English:

I am a beginner in 3D-printing and have some problems with printing your "Bust of a fox". Far as I know this model can´t be print without supports because of the overhang, is this right? I am using "Cura" as Slicing-Software. So I tried to rotate the fox on his paws and let the software generate support. But this doesn´t worked. Do you maybe have some tipps which settings I could use?


I would like to buy your Cosplay Cuirass, but before I wanted to ask you about the dimensions of each piece to make sure that I am able to print it.
I am especially interested in the width of the upper abdominal plate, since it might be the most difficult piece to fit on the printing bed (which is about 230x230mm)

Here is the link to the model I am talking about:

Thank you for the help, and best regards

The file contains 5 parts:

Part sizes (top to bottom)
1. 201x74x219
2. 201x74x219
3. 291x35x134
4. 225x29x104
5. 167x19x95

Thank you for the help

Hey Bro,

thanks for that stunning bust. Unfortunately my slicer (CURA) has some trouble with the right shoulder.
Do you know this problem and maybe have a solution ?
Thx in advance and best regards

Hello, this is not a problem with the model, but with its placement in the slicer, try changing the position of the model for printing.

Hi, I really like your flexi cat. Can I sell the prints? I am not going to share your files

Hi, you can sell printed models, but not the models themselves

Thank you for the Hockey Player design, however, I printed this to your scale on my Flashforge Finder, and then on my Lottmax Shark V2, neither of the prints would stand up. Is there something I'm missing? I wanted to print & paint this for my grandson for Christmas, however not sure how to use this print...Any suggestions? Thanks

Hello, what exactly does the printout fail? Did you print a model with supports? What settings did you use?