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Sporque by schlem Feb 1, 2013

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This thing was made with Tinkercad. Modeled after a sustainable, biodegradable implement made from bamboo, this is the perfect kit to toss in your Zombie Apocalypse jumpbag. Sharper than safety scissors, does double duty - just the thing for lightweight survival scenarios. Probably should print it flat side down, but you're gonna do what you're gonna do.


Don't eat the contents of rusted, dented, or otherwise damaged canned goods. Tip: canned fruit also contains abundant fluid to help maintain hydration. And double tap.

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Should be fixed. Thanks for the headsup. I will be checking other dodgy uploads.

The STL gives me a 401 error when I click on the link. Edit your thing, delete the STL and try uploading again (and name your STL please - polysoup is non descriptive ;))