Links to Edmonton 3D Prints at The Following Web Sites.

Edmonton 3D Prints is actively participating in a variety of web sites. These links show some of the versitility of Edmonton 3D Prints, From in house design work to vetted printer for scan the world.

Link to MyMiniFactory:DSCF0274

is a website dedicated to the free sharing of 3D printable files. The platform is fully curated,[1] which means that every object available on the site has been previously test printed on desktop FDM 3D printers. The object database covers a wide range of different objects sorted in various categories.


Link to 3D Hubs:12118890_308261709298068_2482840737842857381_n

is an online 3D printing service platform. It operates a network of 3D printers with over 20,000 locations in over 150 countries, providing over 1 billion people access to a 3D printer within 10 miles of their home.[1][2] The company facilitates transactions between 3D printer owners (Hubs) and people that want to make 3D prints.Printer owners can join the platform to offer 3D printing services while customers can locate printer owners to get their 3D models printed nearby.


Link to Thingiverse:1DSCF0413

is a website dedicated to the sharing of user-created digital design files. Providing primarily open source hardware designs licensed under the GNU General Public License or Creative Commons licenses, users choose the type of user license they wish to attach to the designs they share. 3D printers, laser cutters, milling machines and many other technologies can be used to physically create the files shared by the users on Thingiverse.

Thingiverse is widely used in the DIY technology and Maker communities, by the RepRap Project, and by 3D Printer and MakerBot operators. Numerous technical projects use Thingiverse as a repository for shared innovation and dissemination of source materials to the public. Many of the objects are for the purpose of repair