Staunton Set

Staunton set

 

These pieces are inspired by the original 1849 design, but updated and optimized for 3D printing. The Staunton design has been the international tournament standard since 1924, however it was designed in 1849 and has defined the look of modern chess sets since then.

The classic tournament chess set.

For FDM printing the King’s cross is provided separately so that it can be printed flat on the build plate and glued in place.

FDM | Resin | Pre-supported

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Latvian Set

Latvian Set

 

Fans of the Netflix show The Queen’s Gambit may recognize this set – it appears in the final episode of the series where Elizabeth Harmon played against Vasily Borgov in Moscow.

Ideal for rapid play.

This striking, minimal design originated in Latvia and was popular throughout the Soviet Union around the 1930s. Its sleek lines still look modern by today’s standard. The wide, flared bases make the pieces very stable and a pleasure to play with. An excellent set for rapid games as the pieces are sturdy and resistant to toppling over.

FDM | Resin | Pre-supported

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Zagreb Set

 

The Zagreb set is a variant of the famous Dubrovnik design. A distinctive feature of the Zagreb set is the alternate colored finials on the King, Queen and Bishop.

A stylish variant of the Dubrovnik design.

The STL files have separate finials so that you can easily print in two different colors and glue the finials in place.

FDM | Resin | Pre-supported

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Ecliptic Set

Ecliptic set

 

The Ecliptic set is an original design, created specially for 3D printing.

The Ecliptic pieces have been designed to form an elegant but also playable set, with instantly recognizable shapes and a modern, clean appearance

It is not an ornamental or decorative design, like many other chess sets created for 3D printing, rather it is meant to be played. The distinctive knight is printed in 2 parts for FDM printing, reducing the need for supports.

FDM | Resin | Pre-supported

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Dubrovnik Set

Dubrovnik set

 

In 1950 the 9th Chess Olympiad was held in Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia and a modern, original chess set was designed for the tournament. Only 50 sets were made and they are now so rare that it is impossible to buy an original one.

Redesigned for 3D printing.

This new set is inspired by the original Dubrovnik design, but updated and improved for 3D printing. Overhangs on the collars have been replaced with elegant curves that allow the pieces to be printed without supports. Only the knight requires some small supports under the mouth. The bases are hollow to decrease print-time and also to allow weights to be added.

FDM only

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