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I have been looking for help on this topic for weeks now, any help is appreciated. I used build on minecraft creative servers all the time and have been wanting to start using my designing ability to make and sell lego MOC designs. I made a chess set on LDD but after reaching out to LDD customer support it doesnt seem like im allowed to sell instructions made through their program. I am wondering what program i can use that allows their users to then sell the instructions to mocs they design on the program. I have Bricklinks Studio 2.0 but the last thing i want to do is redesign the whole chess set on their just to find out i dont have the right to sell instructions on studio 2.0 either. Please someone with experience selling their moc designs i would some help!
OK this is a long shot at creating a place for Technic lover to share discuss, buy, sell and or trade. It's a long shot but I've struggled to find anywhere on the Internet where we can talk technic.. Many forums are dead, unused or just pants. I want a place where its free, easy accessible and just lego technic related.. No one wants to pay for ideas or Instructions, I'm assuming most of us want to chat about ideas, gearboxes, pneumatics or how we did this and that to create a master piece. Anyhoo, you get the idea.. Join the page if you want or don't if you feel it's un needed, either way I'm giving it a shot Here's the link : https://www.facebook.com/groups/1720206948066836/
Hello everyone, since some time ago i have been watching several premium MOC´s in Rebrickable, and i was thinking in uploading and selling some MOC´s too, the problem came when i saw the fee that was needed to sell the model, because i was aiming to sell the instructions between $3 and $5 (that price is because most of the models i make are medium size or small), there would not be problems with the first 2 models when the fee is nor required, but after that i will need to pay the fee, and because i want to keep the low price of instructions (again between $3 and $5), and i think that this problem also affects many users that would like to sell their instructions at a low price, this doesn't happen to the people who sell their instructions at pretty high prices, like $25 and above, because the fee is small compared to the whole price; so, my suggestion is the following: Instead of putting a $5 fee for each instructions, change that fee into a percentage of the complete price of the instructions, for me something between 20 to 40% of the instructions price is affair, this would work like this: If a user is selling his instructions in $5, 20 to 40% of that money ($1 to $2) will be destined to Rebrickable and the remaining money to the user If a user is selling his instructions in $60, 20 to 40% of the money ($12 to $24) will be destined to Rebrickable and the remaining money to the user The result of using this new feature will be that every user will have the same chances to get earnings based in their instructions prices, so it doesn't matter if the user sells the instructions in $1 or $100, they will always get earnings and Rebrickable too, so everyone wins, and this new feature would make many users with low cost instructions to upload their instructions to Rebrickable, and even if the costs are really small, there will always be earnings I hope you like this idea, and maybe you could make a poll to see what all the users think about implementing this new system Thanks.