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After trying out my original Chinese Chess set (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:10500) I was dismayed when my friends didn't recognize the pieces. So I began work on a set with more detail to make the pieces clearer. I make the pieces hexagonal and stood them on edge to get more detail.
This set was a pain to make, especially compared to the relative ease of making the previous set. This set is also difficult to paint. I have been unable to successfully do a painting yet. I think it could be done with a ink and a hypodermic needle, but I've decided that I'm just going to have to make another variation with snap-in pieces that can be printed in multiple colors. The other option is to just print the two sides in two different colors, but that excludes playing banqi (unacceptable to me).
The provided board is half a Chinese Chess board fitted to print on 8 1/2x11 paper. Print 2 and tape the together to play the full game or print one to play Banqi. (I play a lot of Banqi.)
Thank you again to kitlaan for the test print pictures.
Printing "SetAtOnce.stl" requires serious trust in your machine. The pieces go almost to the edge of the printable area on a TOM and are very close together.
"OneSize.stl" is less demanding but must be printed twice for a complete set.