Gambody models are adapted and optimized for every type of 3D printer. There are versions available for FFF/FDM printers, for DLP/SLA printers, and SLS printers, too. This means that the practical aspects of printing the model using each technology are taken into account, and the model’s scale and cutting are chosen to ensure an optimum result of printing.
So if you have a question what printer is better to purchase, the answer depends on how smooth you want to have your models printed and how much you are willing to pay for the printer. We test-print the models on an Ultimaker 2 3D printer. A lot of our customers use Anycubic i3 Mega, Prusa i3 MK2, as well as Creality CR-10 3D printers, the price of which does not exceed $500 (approximately). But these are all 3D printers with FDM technologies. There are more expensive 3d printers with DLP/SLA technology. Formlabs Form 2 3d printer will give you better quality with details after printing. Many of our customers post the results of printing in our Facebook group "Gambody – 3D Printing Gaming Community". They sometimes indicate which 3D printer they’re using for their prints, so you can check out actual results of using these 3D printers.
Choosing the 3D printing models to start your printing experience with is a difficult task because all Gambody models are high-poly 3D printable models of excellent quality, so they all would be perfect for your future 3D printer. But in order for you to have an easy first print, regardless of the correctness of the specified printing details for the model slicing, we selected more or less simple models for 3D printing that are available on our marketplace:
All chibi models: https://www.gambody.com/search/chibi
All busts: https://www.gambody.com/search/bust