Lately there are many who have a 3D printer at home or access to it, but not so easy to get models or print files to be able to use with these printers without committing a crime or simply without violating the laws of intellectual property. That is why we have gathered five free repositories with 3D printing files to be able to use freely and for free, without having problems with the Copyright.
The first of these repositories is called Thingiverse. This repository is the most famous of all and the largest. If you really need to print a piece or get the print files of a famous project, surely they are in Thingiverse or at least it is a good starting point.
Diwo is more than a web, It is a repository of Spanish origin that although we do not have as many print files as in Thingiverse, we do have print files and their assembly as well as the rest of the repository is available in Spanish.
There are also repositories with print files in Spanish
Smithsonian X 3D. The Smithsonian Museum is famous for all its pieces, pieces that we have long been able to get for free thanks to its repository of free print files. Thus, each and every one of the pieces that we can see in its exhibition can be reproduced in a small size thanks to this repository. A great tool if you like Archeology.
Autodesk 123D is a repository created by the Autodesk company, the creator of AutoCAD. Their models are very interesting and have great support that does not always have to be for Autocad. On this repository We will find free print files although we will also find some paid ones, we will have to be careful.
Yobi3D is a original repository It does not have many print files, but it does have a powerful engine that will allow us to find any project that we need and that has the repository.
These are not all the repositories that exist to print objects, however they are five very popular repositories with a large list of objects to print.