UPDATE 30 May 2016: TenGenChart.com no longer offers any of its charts for free.
Users can print pedigree charts and family group sheets from FamilySearch Family Tree. The capability has been there for several weeks, but I have failed to mention it. Printed charts look just like the 8.5 x 11" printed forms formerly available from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
To print a pedigree chart, click the printer icon below the Fan Chart button:
The printer icon is currently available for pedigree but not fan chart. I understand a printable fan chart is in the works. (See below for a current option.) Click the icon and FamilySearch.org creates the chart in PDF format. The PDF can be edited to add chart numbers or change information on the chart.
A pedigree chart or a family group sheet (that’s what we also called the family group record report) can be printed from the person page. Look for the icons on the right side of the window.
Like the pedigree chart, the family group sheet matches the format of the 8.5 x 11" form. Source information is printed on extra sheets, making the whole thing very long, but adhering to genealogical best practice.
A printable 9-generation fan chart of your own pedigree is currently available for free from Misbach Enterprises, a third party. Go to https://createfan.com/. Log in using your New FamilySearch.org account. Click Create and the website reads your pedigree from New.FamilySearch.org and formats it into a fan chart. It can take a couple of minutes. (I assume this also works for people with a Family Tree account? Does anyone know for certain?) The resulting PDF file works for both 8.5 x 11" size charts as well as large wall charts.
Createfan.com points users to one of several websites providing print services to have charts printed:
Note: TenGenChart.com, below, no longer offers any of its charts for free.
TenGenChart.com creates free circular 10-generation charts from FamilySearch Family Tree, New.FamilySearch.org, or GEDCOM upload. Charts can start with yourself, anyone else, or can be blank. Chart layout can be optimized for sizes 36x48, 24x36, 24x24, or 8.5x11".
These are the basic, free charts. Other third-parties have additional chart types which are not free. If I missed a vendor of free charts for FamilySearch.org Family Tree, please leave a comment for all to see.