After finishing the keyfobs for family members as Christmas presents, the next big challenge was to make a chess set. It seemed like a worthwhile project, and how could I say no after my son suggested it!
The project is actually a set of projects, so each chess piece will get its own page of notes. The links are below. These pages are about how I approached developing my skills with OpenSCAD and the Lulzbot Mini so I'll try to give you the logic of development rather than just "finished" products.
3D printing is part of the maker movement and also promotes freely shared design code and even of the designs of the printer hardware. With that in mind, all the information in these notes is shared with a Creative Commons Attribution license and all the code I have written in OpenSCAD for these chess pieces is released using the GPL3 license.