Gambody doesn't sell printed models and doesn't provide 3D printing services. We only offer STL files of high poly 3D printing models optimized for every type of 3D printer. Technical support for the purchased model is also included in the price. Once you make a purchase, you download the purchased STL files and print them on your own 3D printer. If you don't have your own 3D printer, you can turn to a friend of yours who has one at home and print your model on his/her printer using STL files purchased on Gambody.
If there is no friend who could help you with this, you still can get your model printed for you. You can approach any provider of 3D printing services based in your city, and they will help you print the model, for which they will charge a service fee. To find such a provider, you can use the services of our partners, Treatstock or 3D Hubs. After purchasing the .stl files of the 3D model, once you click the "Print with" button (http://prntscr.com/jvzo00), you will be redirected to our partner's website, where you will be able to choose your location, the material you want your model to be printed in, its size, and agree on any other matter with the 3D printing service provider. They will take care of the printing of your model and its shipment.
But if you are considering purchasing your own 3D printer for personal use, then the following information will be useful for you. Gambody models are adapted and optimized for every type of 3D printer. There are versions available for FFF/FDM printers and for DLP/SLA printers. 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 Gambody – 3D Printing Gaming Community, it’s here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/183216945475583. They sometimes indicate which 3D printer they’re using for their prints, so you can check out actual results of using these 3D printers.