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Spiral . I got the idea that if bricks can be semi attached to form a circle then why can't a spril be made. A circle is achived by attaching one side but leting the other just sit atop the studs (most MOCers know that), activity one the x and y axises. But, I figured, that if only a corner were attached instead of a side then the z axis can be achived. Take a look. . They said it couldn't be father,a mechanic. Built in segments. Sorry for the mess crudness of the stand. I just threw it together. It was so incredible unstable that I didn't want to move it anywhere. The weight and weakness of joints warped it a little. Good circular look. Climb Close-up on the rise. Could someone make a better one. I want to see what one would look like.

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