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Fortnite Key Chain

by TK3DPrinting Feb 26, 2018
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Lol this isn't even spelled correctly.

Its spelled "FARTNITE"

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To everyone looking to sell prints of this, it is NOT allowed. There will be no negotiation of this.

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am i allowed to sell this?

Hello, selling prints of my design in not allowed without compensation to me.

Made it, put it on my backpack, have 2 people who want me to make them one. Good job, printed mine at 137.5% scale. I will give the credit to you when I sell them.

Hello, selling prints of my design in not allowed without compensation to me.

"CC's NonCommercial (NC) licenses allow rights holders to maximize distribution while maintaining control of the commercialization of their works. If you want to reserve the right to commercialize your work, you may do this by choosing a license with the NC condition. If someone else wants to use your work commercially and you have applied an NC license to your work, they must first get your permission. As the rights holder, you may still sell your own work commercially."

Correct me if I'm wrong,but I do not believe that this is licensed as a NC copyright. Therefore, it is my understanding that I can make and sell this without compensation fees.

https://creativecommons.org/faq/

Ok, if I sell any, I will give you $00.25 for each one I sell.

is there not also the work around to the NC that because its posted on a public page you may not call it your product to stock and sell, however as a person offering 3d printing service have someone request this design and it can be printed and profited from in that manner? its all to grey for me and is why I don't share my designs that do not contribute to open source projects

I'm also sure in an entirely different aspect to the original conversation that the designer in some way cannot be producing fortnite products and collecting profit from it with out paying licensing