3D File Download Sites

I thought I would start a list of sites where we can download printable files from… So here’s a few I have found.

Thingiverse is one of the more popular sites and I think most of you already know about it.

GrabCAD is more of an engineering file site but has a lot of cool things. They don’t all have STL files though.

My Mini Factory is a somewhat new site but has some cool files too. You have to make an account and can only download 5 files at first, but if you review downloaded files and upload a photo you get more downloads.

Tinkercad is not only a cool 3D modeling web-app, but they have a lot of user-created files too.

TurboSquid has a mix of free and paid files. Just search for something then sort by “Lower Prices” to see the free stuff at the top. Julia should check out the cool Dragons they have there. :slight_smile:

3D CAD Browser has a lot of cool files but unfortunately most of them aren’t free. If you have your own file to upload to the site and they accept it, then you get to download a paid file.

Yeggi is a search engine for 3D models. If you’re looking for something specific it will search several different sites.

Of course I can’t forget about the Zortrax Printroom! Not much in there yet but that’s ok.

If you know of any other good sites post them below!

https://www.youmagine.com/

This guy asks for donations. Not mandatory… Makershop

John I sticked your topic :slight_smile:

Thanks Rafal, that is good so everyone will notice it. :slight_smile:

Kyle and Trhuster, those are good links too!

defcad.com is also another search site.

http://www.honda-3d.com/ - Honda concept cars

https://cubehero.com/

TraceParts.com : the paradise for mecanical components.

More than 400 parts catalogs, 100 million 2D drawings & 3D files, multiple download formats (including binary STL), multiple language and free download.

http://us.gallery.xyzprinting.com/

https://defcad.com/

I figure most of you already know this, but if you go to McMaster-Carr (mcmaster.com), they have 3d files on most of their items that are free to download. Only problem is they don’t have STL files. They do have EDRW, IGES, PDF, SAT, Solid Works, and STEP files on most of them. Click on the blue item number for the part you are looking at, a window pops up asking how many to add to your cart. There is a small “product detail” button in this window. Click on that button and you get to the page that lets you download the 3d file.

The also have dxf files on some of them for those with laser cutters.

[quote name=dgtaylor45]I figure most of you already know this, but if you go to McMaster-Carr (mcmaster.com), they have 3d files on most of their items that are free to download.
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I’m told, and have no reason to doubt, that at least some of McMaster-Carr’s 3D models have errors that may make them unsuited for exacting, direct use. One example would be fastener threads, which don’t seem to be in accurate thread formats.

3D Content Central is also another site with lots of 3D models:

https://www.3dcontentcentral.com/

though most of them are probably not really suited for 3D printing.

Dupe - sorry

http://lincoln3dscans.co.uk/ 3D scans of real sculptures. Totally free and the quality of the models is really nice :wink:

http://lincoln3dscans.co.uk/ 3D scans of real sculptures. Totally free and the quality of the models is really nice :wink:

just me does not work ??

Of course I can't forget about the Zortrax Printroom!

just me does not work ??

Nope.Not just you. It was a link to the old website.. I guess the printroom is gone forever..

azzoni and Kyle:

You can access Zortrax Printroom from Zortrax Polish side:

http://zortrax.pl/printroom/

For download click "Pobierz"

Thanks! :D

azzoni and Kyle:

You can access Zortrax Printroom from Zortrax Polish side:

http://zortrax.pl/printroom/

For download click "Pobierz"