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    now that is pretty awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterGrant View Post
    Awesome! Kinematic produces designs of dynamic mechanical structures. It really fits to your size. I knew it, this is very compatible with Rubber-like elastic filament. Those miniature rabbit and dress I think is made up of white flexible elastic rubber-like TPE filament.
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