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What License covers the assets in Cargo?

Cargo's assets are governed by specific licenses and agreements:

For Kits purchased from, the Kits One-Time Purchase EULA covers them. You can use these Kits within Cargo according to the Cargo Basic Terms and Conditions.

What happens to the Licenses I’ve purchased from

When you purchase Kits from the website:

  • The One-Time Purchase End User License Agreement (EULA) covers these Kits.

  • You are free to use these Kits within Cargo. You may continue to access and use 3D Model Kits through Cargo Basic in accordance with the license rights you separately obtained or purchased.

Can I still use assets from Cargo if I cancel my Cargo Pro or Cargo Teams Plan?

No, when canceling your Pro or Teams subscription:

  • You will lose access to the entire KitBash3D library provided by those plans.

  • You won't be able to import Cargo assets previously downloaded or use the previously downloaded files.

  • You retain the right to use and maintain licensed coverage of assets imported into your scenes (Larger Works) during your subscription and currently in use in third-party software.

What can I use Cargo Pro assets for?

⚠️ Free assets available through Cargo Basic do not include a commercial license.

Cargo Pro assets can be used in various personal or commercial projects, including:

  • Film / TV

  • Video Games

  • Commercials / Advertisements

  • Architectural Visualization

  • Interactive Experiences

  • NFTs

You can deliver final images or videos featuring KitBash3D assets but may not distribute 3D scenes with available or editable assets.

Usage restrictions:

  • NOT for training data or connection with machine learning (ML) or artificial intelligence (AI).

  • NOT for platforms where assets are distributed as purchasable or modifiable.

  • NOT for distribution that allows unlicensed or unauthorized access to Cargo assets.

For more information, review our EULA and License agreements. Contact for use case inquiries.

What can I use Cargo Personal or Cargo Basic assets for?

Cargo Personal assets can be used in personal projects only and cannot be used commercially.

To obtain a commercial license for Cargo assets, please upgrade your Cargo subscription to Cargo Pro (for individuals or single-employee businesses) or Cargo Teams (for businesses with more than one employee)

Can I share scene files that have assets from Cargo in them?

As a Cargo user, you may wonder whether it is permissible to share scene files that include assets from Cargo. The short answer is no, sharing scene files containing Cargo assets is against the End User License Agreement (EULA).

Here's a more detailed explanation broken down into key points:

  • License restrictions: When you use assets from Cargo Pro, you are granted a license to utilize them in your personal or commercial projects. However, this license does not grant you permission to redistribute or share the 3D assets in their original, editable form.

  • Intellectual property protection: This restriction is in place to protect the intellectual property rights of KitBash3D and the creators of the assets.

  • Unauthorized access: Sharing scene files that contain Cargo assets would provide unauthorized users with access to the 3D models, materials, and other elements that comprise the assets. This would enable them to edit, modify, or use these assets in their own projects without obtaining the necessary license from KitBash3D.

  • Collaboration option: If you need to collaborate with others on a project that includes Cargo assets, consider upgrading to the Cargo Teams plan. This plan allows multiple users to access the KitBash3D library and work together on projects in a compliant manner.

  • Further information: For more details on the terms and conditions of using assets from Cargo, please refer to the End User License Agreement (EULA) and License agreements available on the KitBash3D website.

If you have any questions or concerns about sharing scene files or using Cargo assets, feel free to reach out to for further assistance.

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