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I just gained access to a 3D printer and was curious if there were any interesting and useful electric football-related files out there?  I’ve googled it and have as yet come up blank, but I figured this community would know better than anyone. 
 

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Probably a question you need to ask on the Facebook Group pages. There are several people producing and selling 3d-printed figures and accessories. Whether they would be willing to share those files or not is another question?  

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5 hours ago, nefgm.org said:

Probably a question you need to ask on the Facebook Group pages. There are several people producing and selling 3d-printed figures and accessories. Whether they would be willing to share those files or not is another question?  

Awesome!  Thank you!

I don’t want to build things other people earn money from, just maybe things that in their minds are shareable. 

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Hi WV,

I'm not sure if this is 100% helpful for your original question, but I do know a lot of 3D printer craftsmen use Pixologic ZBrush, including Bryan Nutt. You may be able to find a forum or community based around Zbrush that has files, models, and/or textures they're willing to share freely. As long as you're not planning to sell them, there's also a free version of Zbrush out there if you don't already have it.

Another one is Blender, although I'm not sure if it's as popular for 3D printing, it's definitely popular in the 3D modeling world and has a great community forum; at least it did back when I was dabbling in video game coding back in 2018. 🤔 It's completely free.

Hope either of those are able to help you!

-PK

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On 1/3/2022 at 11:33 PM, Paul Kian said:

Hi WV,

I'm not sure if this is 100% helpful for your original question, but I do know a lot of 3D printer craftsmen use Pixologic ZBrush, including Bryan Nutt. You may be able to find a forum or community based around Zbrush that has files, models, and/or textures they're willing to share freely. As long as you're not planning to sell them, there's also a free version of Zbrush out there if you don't already have it.

Another one is Blender, although I'm not sure if it's as popular for 3D printing, it's definitely popular in the 3D modeling world and has a great community forum; at least it did back when I was dabbling in video game coding back in 2018. 🤔 It's completely free.

Hope either of those are able to help you!

-PK

Thank you, Paul!

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