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Open ended Utility Belt Storage Capsules
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I liked Elmwolf's Tubes, i had been looking for some thing of that nature to be anble to keep separate items ,I need to take with me , when I go walking.For most of my things His tube was fine, but I needed something longer for some specific items> you see, I am a diabetic and had lost most of the use of my left arm, so I need a tube that held my things,And that I didnt need to fiddle with to open. I hads take Elmwolfs original tube cloned the female end, removed the closed end and merged the two open ends together. I had what I wanted.
If you are wondering what is supporting the lying tube, It is a mount I am developing for either a bandoleer or backpack straps , when I figure out which one and finish it I will upload it
Download the original file http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:29768 , you need to print 2 caps
download tube 2 .stl
Print and clean out the internal support threads and enjoy!
Sorry I forgot about the #15 O-ring rings for the caps or male ends( let's face it I am outta them so I forgot, OK)
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