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I printed the items at 60% but it's nearly impossible to clean up the smaller pieces without damaging, or even breaking off, the tiny pegs at the bottoms. Do you know of a way to print the board pieces in two parts then attach them, in other words each board would have 4 pieces - two combined to create the cover of each board, and 2 to create the bottom of the boards - for smaller printer plates?
Judging from the results seen from a 60% size reproduction - it is obviously a design worth printing and having which will provide a portable and compact form of enjoyment seemingly for quite some time. Unfortunately being new to the 3d printing community I question my ability to create such a variation without botching up the holes needed for playing in some way, or even knowing if it is at all possible to do so.
I would really appreciate your opinion of if the possibility of doing so even exists before i even attempt to tackle such a project.
Thanks so much for your past help and any future assistance you can provide.