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1.   FAQ about Licensing / Terms & Conditions

2.   FAQ about 3D Printing

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1.   FAQ about Licensing / Terms & Conditions

 

Q 1
What kind of license do I get by purchasing a 3D object in your store?

A 1
Please read our License Argreement for an answer to this question. The relevant document is here.

 

Q 2
What are the Terms & Conditions that apply to contracts closed between me (customer) and VOXILION?

A 2
Please read our Terms & Conditions for an answer to this question. The relevant document is here.

 

2.   FAQ about 3D Printing

 

Q 1
What kind of services do you offer related to 3D Printing?

A 1
We help you to find the right 3D Printer, the right 3D Printing material, the right 3D Printing size, and the best price-performance ratio for your 3D Printing project. We have acces to many 3D Printing Companies and several hundred industrial 3D Printers. Please note that there are many different 3D Printing technologies and 3D Printing materials on the market.  Each one of these technologies has its strengths and weaknesses.

 

Q 2
What kind of services do you offer concerning the preparation of 3D Models for 3D Printing?

A 2
We prepare 3D Models or 3D Templates with the formats .stl, .ply, .lwo, .obj and we make them ready for 3D Printing. Currently, we don’t work with CAD formats. This could change in the future if there is more demand for CAD formats.

 

Q 3
What is 3D Printing?

A 3
3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. In an additive process an object is created by laying down successive layers of material until the entire object is created. Each of these layers can be seen as a thinly sliced horizontal cross-section of the eventual object.

In the last couple of years the term 3D printing has become more known and the technology has reached a broader public. Still, most people haven’t even heard of the term while the technology has been in use for decades. Especially manufacturers have long used these printers in their design process to create prototypes for traditional manufacturing and research purposes. Using 3D printers for these purposes is called rapid prototyping.