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This model can be done in one print without the use of dissolvable support material
1. Go to Thingiverse to download the .stl file for the ball joint.
2. Use ReplicatorG/Makerware/etc. to create the gcode for the print. Print the file (I used no raft but full support with a 15% infil, .2 mm layer height ...
3. Print the file. Knock out the support material that is used for the ball part of the print. Now, the ball should be free to swivel inside ...
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