ordering the files, you can choose either the license for private use, or the
license for commercial use. The license for private use charges for each five models you
are going to build. So if you are going to print the entire Majestic class of nine
ships, you would want to buy two private licenses at $3.00 each, for a total
cost of $6.00. Private use licensed models
cannot be resold for profit.
The license for commercial use is
different; for a single flat rate, you can print and resell all the models you
want, with no quantity or time limit.
Users getting ready to buy files
Journal's copyright protections and the allowable uses for each license type.
Acceptance of the link and downloading of the files acknowledges that you have
note that ordered files are treated like software; they are not refundable and
cannot be resold or redistributed. Files proven to be corrupt will be replaced
with functional files. Printer owners may need to convert the latest 3MF file
format used by WTJ to an older format like STL in order for the file to work on
their machine. WTJ cannot supply that conversion service, but some online
resources known (at time of writing) to deal with 3MF to STL file conversion
include sites such as Makeprintable, Aspose and Swiftconverter.
Downloading your files:
After your order payment is processed, you will
receive an email with download links that let you download the files as zipped
directories (two files per directory). Here are some important details to help
make sure the files can be downloaded, it is important to read all of these
1) Browser or webmail security features will often interfere with
file downloads. If the file does not appear to download, it is almost always
due to a browser's or operating system's security features.
2) For any
browser based email receipts, be sure browser popup blockers on your computer
are turned off, and that you tell any security warning pop-ups that do appear
to accept or otherwise keep a WTJ file.
3) For Chrome webmail users, do
not left click directly on the email link, the browser may flash briefly and
fail to download. Instead, right click on the link and select "Save link
location as..." to download the file.
4) The best browser to use for
downloading is Microsoft Edge. It will usually either download immediately, or
give you a security warning asking if you want to save the file. You may need
to hover the cursor over the line you want to download. A little trash can and
an ellipsis (...) will appear, if you click on the ellipsis a child window will
pop-up and "Keep" is one of the options. Click on "Keep" to download the
5) Each download link is valid for three days, and each one may be
attempted five times before it stops working. If you exceed the allowed number
of attempts, you will receive a "Download retry limit has been reached" warning
and you will need to contact us for a fresh link to be sent. Keep in mind the
need to carefully evaluate why a file might not have seemed to download before
clicking on the download link a second (or third) time.