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I figured I would try to make a swivel joint.
Print it slow, unless you have a fan.
Wait for it to cool, then squeeze the two half together. You should hear a few cracks and the support material will give way. Then you can start to twist, and it should break. It works rather good...
Swivel Joint by rob311 is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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