If you want to print your 3D model in Shapr3D, export your model in 3MF or STL file format. However, 3MF is the recommended format because unlike the outdated STL, 3MF compresses significantly more information compared to STL files. Also, these files contain validations that ensure the 3D models are manifold. These pieces of information, such as units, surface geometry, mesh topology, textures, colors, printer settings, etc., are all necessary for accurate printing.
Note: All Shapr3D users can export STL and 3MF files, but Standard and Business users have access to STL and 3MF outputs with higher quality and the option to set the deviation and angle tolerances. Deviation tolerance refers to the variation of measurements that is allowed in the model when it is built. Angle tolerance refers to how much an angled part, feature, or body is allowed to differ from the original, specified angle.
If you intend to use 3D printing at home with your filament-based printer, then you can use low-resolution 3MF (and STL). But if you intend to build the models with CNC machines or an advanced SLA printer (such as a Form 2 printer), you should use a high-resolution file. For more details on the quality of files, refer to this article.
To export a file of your model, follow the instructions in this article.
After you export the file, you can create a G-code file with a slicer program, send the G-code file to your 3D printer, and print the model.