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Frequently asked questions
Funpir.com is an online marketplace that connects 3D printer users with 3D model makers. You may download the.stl files of your favorite 3D models from Funpir.com and start printing them right now.
By clicking the Sign-in icon at the top of Funpir.com, you can quickly become a member. After that, you may download the 3D model you desire and start using it right away after buying one of the three membership options.
On each model's own page, you may find extensive explanations of the relevant model. The website of the 3D model also includes the width, length, height, number of pieces, and projected printing times.
When you download a 3D model, you will also receive the .stl file for that model. The amount of .stl files required depends on the number of pieces in the 3D models.
Funpir.com is a marketplace where you can find both paid and free models. You are allowed to offer your own models.
By selecting the "Contribute" button above after creating a Funpir.com membership, you may contribute your own 3D models. That's all there is to it!
To begin with, your 3D model must be printable. You must enter your model's name, a brief description, and photographs into the system. Your 3D model pictures must be rendered files. The clearance process is sped up by having photographs of the 3D-printed versions.
Then you may submit your 3D model to us for approval by entering its width, height, number of pieces, and average printing time.
The 3D models you deliver in three days or less are accepted. Models that are not accepted are returned to their authors with an explanation of why they were rejected.