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Not sure if an example is needed, but here is one.

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I'm curious as to how the joint connected to the monitor itself "remembers" the last position the monitor was moved to. In my naiveté, I imagine the rotation being enabled by grease, so how is it that the monitor does not always rotate back towards the direction of gravity's pull?

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All the pivot joints are “stiff” due to being tightened sufficiently with friction so once in place they don’t move - except for flexing of the mechanism.

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