November 29, 2015 AT 10:18 am
The “Ford License: Non-Commercial Print for 3D Printing” @ford @TurboSquid via @paulrubell
Ford License: Non-Commercial Print and 3D Printing. Huh, we didn’t see this until now.
Non-Commercial Print and 3D Printing. Only personal, non-commercial use is permitted.
i. Printing one (1) tangible embodiment of the Licensed Product is permitted.
ii. The printed embodiment of the Licensed Product shall not be sold.
iii. CNC machining is explicitly prohibited.
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