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    3D Printed Chess game

    Hi !

    I have made a set of 3D printed chess game pieces! I hope you will like it! (it is free)
    (we are a small software development company and in my spare time, I create some objects and 3d print them, and sometimes put them on the marketplace for free)

    https://shade3d.jp/en/store/marketpl...3dp_chess.html

    #2
    Looks awesome!

    If we get a chance we shall print your designs! Thanks very much


    Cheers,
    www.3dexfilament.co.uk
    Will @ 3DEX Ltd / www.3dexfilament.co.uk

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      #3
      I wish they were more FFF Friendly, but you don't follow the YHT guidelines at all. If they'd print on my FFF printer easily I'd happily use them to test some of the filament I've made. But alas.

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        #4
        Pretty cool!

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          #5
          Thanks for the feedback! Cymon, tell me more about the guidelines please ; )

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            #6
            Originally posted by Lauri View Post
            Thanks for the feedback! Cymon, tell me more about the guidelines please ; )
            http://joes3dworkbench.blogspot.com/...-supports.html

            http://joes3dworkbench.blogspot.com/...deo-1-yht.html

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              #7
              Nice models! I do agree with cymon a little bit, but looking at your pictures, it seems you have printed them well. What printer did you use?

              Edit-- If I had read the rest of your details, I would have seen that you used a Makerbot Replicator 2. Great results!

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                #8
                Thanks!
                Yes indeed, I used a Replicator 2, a bit old but still working fine.

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                  #9
                  Excellent work... Keep Going

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