This applies to pre-made files purchased from my shop.
Most of my files are designated as ‘non commercial’ which also means ‘for personal use’.
Files are not to be redistributed or shared in digital format (ever).
Prints of the files are not intended to be sold after purchase.
Derivative works are not to be redistributed. If you want to mash my files with someone else’s for personal use, go for it (and show me what you make :P), but the derivative work still shouldn’t be used for profit or distributed in a digital or physical format.
Yes, as long as whoever is asking you to print the files provides a receipt for the purchase.
Just let me know!
If there are errors with files that make them unprintable, I’ll gladly fix them (you paid for a working file, and that’s what you’re gonna get gosh darn it).
Most files don’t come pre-sliced and that’s not something that comes included with files, though I occasionally include sliced versions if I made them for personal use.
I have lots of tutorials on YouTube and some more targeted ones that would be relevant to people who’ve bought files from me archived HERE.
There are free programs like meshmixer and 3DBuilder that can do these things, as well as Blender, which is a more robust modeling program that’s basically a free verion of Maya (which is what I normally use in tutorials).
fill out this [insert contact form here] if you’d like to get in touch about a job.
Normally my projects are flat rate & include lots of work in progress previews of the model to ensure you’re happy with what you’re paying for.
By default, all quotes are for a standard contract (see licensing below). If you want any of the other licensing rights, ability to sell prints, etc additional fees will apply.
The price includes a certain number of revisions (outlined below) to keep things on track and efficient for all parties. In the rare instance that more revisions are needed beyond the ones outlined below, additional charges may apply and I will discuss them with you before proceeding to ensure all parties are on the same page.
WORK IN PROGRESS:
Non-Exclusive Commercial Rights to Prints:
Exclusive Rights to Prints
How can I make the revisions go faster?
Can I sell or distribute files after they’re made?
Common things that can affect the price of a project
Because I’m a spaz… They’re all me, I just separate some of my content on social media so people can pick what they want to follow, though Grumpy Alison is my ‘main’ brand.
That’s why you might have been redirected to grumpyalison.com if you looked for squishy-works.com or alisonfriedlander.com or alison.friedlander.me
What is each brand?
Grumpy Alison: 3D prints, printable files, jewelry… basically everything that isn’t silicone
Alison Friedlander: my personal projects/me
Squishy Works: silicone stuff (stress balls, mermaid tails, etc)