Our minis are super detailed and you can use most commercial printers to bring them to life. The result will usually be better if you use a resin 3D printer, but you can use an FDM printer as well. Our provided pre-supported files are for resin printing only, so we advise adding your own supports for FDM printing, if needed (tree or organic type work the best with bigger prints).
In regards to the build plate size, our minis work fine even on the smaller ones. For most things Loot has created so far, we have used a print area of 121mm x 68mm x 130mm (from a Phrozen Sonic Mini) as our standard.
However, for Loot’s Statues, Props, and Huge and Gargantuan models in 75mm, the minimum print area required is 192mm x 120mm x 200mm (from an Elegoo Saturn).
If a model has cuts made specifically for FDM, these will need a print area of at least 220x220mm (from a Creality Ender 3) to be printed.