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HMarcus

What I´ve printed?

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Hi everyone,

In the following picture you can see my last print.

What I have printed or in what case this print is used?

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Have fun while guessing if you don´t know what it is :-) .

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No Christmas tree :D.

Here another picture, where you can see the function of the joints.

The print is a little bit defect because a child wanted to test the maximum capacity :O.

I have glued it but the deformation is not that regular as it should be.

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