- What is the difference between 3D models and Products?
What is the difference between 3D models and Products?
3D Models and Products are two tools closely related, they have significant differences in working mechanisms:
- 3D Models are published for a customer to order 3D printed only;
- The customer chooses themselves, which vendor prints a 3D Model as well as materials, color, size, quantity, infill and more;
- Author of a 3D model earns a commission from people ordering it printed;
- Price for 3D models should be a small fee for using the design and not the cost of an actual 3D printed version of it;
- Author of a 3D model is responsible for their design to be 3D printable and functioning (if any specific functions are mentioned in the description);
- Author of a 3D model should suggest best materials, scale, and technologies to make their design work but can’t be responsible for end print result;
- It is a customer’s responsibility to select proper settings for their order of a model.
- Products are published, produced and sold by their owner only;
- Customer can only choose certain specifications of a product if the vendor offers such options;
- Product’s price should include all costs except delivery;
- The right to manufacture and sell a certain product belongs to one vendor specifically - customers can’t order the same product from a different supplier.
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