[Discuss] from a CC-BY-NC-SA documentation, could a product be sold ?
Dr. Peter Troxler
trox at fabfolk.com
Wed Feb 24 09:08:38 UTC 2016
I think it depends on the copyrightability of your original design
(read up here https://www.publicknowledge.org/files/What's%20the%20Deal%20with%20Copyright_%20Final%20version2.pdf <https://www.publicknowledge.org/files/What's%20the%20Deal%20with%20Copyright_%20Final%20version2.pdf> and here https://www.publicknowledge.org/assets/uploads/documents/3_Steps_for_Licensing_Your_3D_Printed_Stuff.pdf <https://www.publicknowledge.org/assets/uploads/documents/3_Steps_for_Licensing_Your_3D_Printed_Stuff.pdf>)
most probably your design is not copyrightable so your license is invalid and any use allowed
> On 24 Feb 2016, at 09:25, Antoine C <smallwindturbineproj.contactor at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all.
> Yesterday, a friend ask me this question: "if I upload a 3D printing
> openscad file on thingiverse under the creative common
> Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International licence, this
> file being a documentation for a functional thing as a innovative spare
> part for a machine, then, will the downstream manufacturing spare parts
> for commercial purpose made by a company using the file to manufacture
> the parts be allowed ?"
> I would say "no, its not allowed".
> What is your point of view ?
> Antoine C.
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