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The Piratebay Pirate Ship

by custom3dstuff Jan 23, 2012
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Printed a simplified version of the ship for my 10 year old's social studies class project. Thanks for posting.

Thanks for printing.

Hi, I downloaded the torrent of this, and was hoping to be able to print this out on a makerbot replicator. Was just wondering what you mean by its not makerbot friendly? I attempted making a Gcode with it and it seems to work, and i attempted to check on blender for non-manifold bodies and it looks good too??
Then again I'm also really new to this so thought I might ask before I try getting it printed? Thanks :).

I tried repairing this one and one from a torrent, and I can't get either of them to run through skeinforge

Hey -- Awesome stuff! Just out of curiosity (of course you're welcome to do what you like) did you intend to post this under the restrictive non-commercial license? I am working on putting together an open source hardware print shop, and I got a request for this pirate ship -- but your license prevents me from complying.. Anyway, again, good work!!

it's public domain. i wont turn away donations though: http://ttbcad.comttbcad.com

So, would you download a car?

whats the point since the files are here and legal?

same files except not legal. thats pretty dumb.

i am sure there are people on this site that dont particularly want to be associated with the pirate bay. seems like the stuff that has been uploaded has been downloaded from here and uploaded there by another person. i think that is weak. design what you want and upload where ever you want but seems dumb to duplicate what is already here.

I uploaded it here, tpb, and shapeways, and am the designer.

It's good to have multiple distribution options. If Thingiverse went down, for whatever reason, there would still be an easy place to find the file.

And of course, the more places this is posted, the more people will see it.

What's not legal about it?