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Prusa Launches Their Own 3D Model Repository

Prusa Launches Their Own 3D Model Repository

Written by David

April 25, 2019

If you own a 3D printer, you’ve heard of Thingiverse. The MakerBot-operated site has been the de facto model repository for 3D printable models since the dawn of desktop 3D printing, but over the years it’s fallen into a state of disrepair. Dated and plagued with performance issues, many in the community have been wondering how long MakerBot is still going to pay to keep the lights on. Alternatives have popped up occasionally, but so far none of them have been able to amass a large enough userbase to offer any sort of real competition. Sorting models by print time and material required. But that might soon change. [Josef Průša] has announced a revamped community for owners of his 3D printers which includes a brand-new model repository . While clearly geared towards owners of Prusa FDM printers (support for the new SLA printer is coming at a later date), […]

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