Thingiverse is an online platform committed to facilitating the exchange of user-generated digital design files. It predominantly offers free, open-source hardware designs that are made available under licenses such as the GNU General Public License or Creative Commons licenses. Users can choose the specific license type for the designs they choose to share.
Blender serves as a no-cost, open-source suite of 3D computer graphics software tools. It finds application in the production of animated films, visual effects, artistic creations, 3D-printed models, motion graphics, interactive 3D applications, virtual reality experiences, and, in the past, video games.
Tinkercad is a web-based, no-cost 3D modeling application accessible through a web browser. Since its launch in 2011, it has gained widespread popularity as a platform for crafting 3D-printable models and serving as an introductory tool for teaching constructive solid geometry in educational settings.