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Using common half inch PVC tubing that is usually less than $3 for a 10 foot section, you can mount this 3D print on a wall or even standard pegboard. 

I use a lot of PVC for all kinds of projects. Most people cut their PVC with a hacksaw (messy plastic shavings everywhere, uneven cuts - hacksaws suck IMO), but if you use PVC for projects then I would recommend getting a PVC cutting tool. Unlike a hacksaw, the cutter slices through PVC up to 2 inches or so with a perfectly clean and straight edge and no PVC shavings. 

You can get a PVC cutting tool here:

https://amzn.to/3RuWgI3


Download the STL file from Thingiverse

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