Hi and welcome to 3DCoatPrint!
Please, note, the program is completely Free for Hobby or Commercial use if the 3D models you create are intended to be 3D-Printed (other commercial use is not permitted, but you can use it for hobby). 3DCoatPrint has the fully functional sculpting toolset of 3DCoat. There are only two basic limitations applying at the time of Export: the models are reduced to the maximum of 40K triangles and the mesh is smoothed specifically for 3D-Printing. The Voxel modeling approach is unique - you can quickly create models without any topological constraints.
I (Andrew Shpagin, the main 3DCoat developer) like printing a lot and often print something for home use and just as a hobby. Therefore, I decided to publish this Free version so that everyone could use it as well. From my personal experience the 40K limitation is quite enough for hobby purposes.
On a separate note, 3DCoatPrint is well suitable for kids to learn 3DCoat, it has a simplified UI. But for serious prototyping, if this detailing level is not enough, you'd need to buy a 3DCoat license with the full toolset inside.
Important warning! Heating up ABS plastic (Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) during extrusion in 3D Printing produce fumes of poisonous acrylonitrile, butadiene and styrene. EPA has classified butadiene as a known human carcinogen. Acrylonitrile and styrene are both toxic and could be a human carcinogen. EPA has classified acrylonitrile as a probable human carcinogen. That is why it is hazardous to use ABS in 3D Printing. Therefore we recommend using bioplastic PLA produced from corn or dextrose.
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