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Spent some time recently working out the hips and ankles of a…

Spent some time recently working out the hips and ankles of a…

Spent some time recently working out the hips and ankles of a new large Robot Sculpture. Its important that these parts be sturdy and aligned well with one another.  This can be pretty tricky when the elements are curved such as these.

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