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They have trouble with the aluminum, they don't have molars..
 

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Thingiverse is your friend. As long as you can find a "good" ( Hint: Look for "Makes", tends to show it's actually printable, not all are..) file that's close to what you need (and has the right licensing) you can modify it to your needs and save a bunch of time...
 

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Although this was originally intended to not contain text (hence the title "Pictorial"), a sort of quirky/smart assed take off on say, owners manuals and such that due to their global nature have to get the point across using mainly pictures/drawings and imogjis (sp?), it (i.e. flexible filament in general) has brought me enough enlightenment as far as the practical applications of this "stuff" that I believe words are either now in order, or we start a new thread? Opinions anyone? And: Hows that for a babbling run on punctuation rich sentence/paragraph type post...
 
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