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Amsterdam House #Chess

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Amsterdam House #Chess by MakeALot Mar 26, 2012
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This part was made with Tinkercad. Edit the part online at: https://tinkercad.com/things/eh7oC462qDU

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do you have the seperate files, one broke and i don't want to print all of them again

This design reminds me of both using my mind (chess) and losing it (Amsterdam)

I love these. I was in Amsterdam a few years back, and it was an amazing place, both architecturally and socially. This set brings back memories.

Don't houses in Amsterdam have windows on the side or back? The back is where you could put the windows that describe the movement of the pieces for clairty.

You could use the windows to draw the movement shapes of the pieces to make which is which more clear.

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