Joby Inspired Dolls

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Joby Inspired Dolls by DesignGlut Apr 22, 2010

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We were invited to repurpose Joby’s products for a Joby Inspired pop-up shop and gallery in San Francisco. What a fun challenge! After playing with their tripods for a while, we were inspired to designed toy parts that interlock with Joby’s bendable structure. Uploaded files will make one girl and one boy doll. After all, what fun is a figure without a companion!


Print, assemble, play! Please note, a small Joby tripod is needed to attach the pieces. In addition, since these files utilize a precision fit ball joint, you may have to play with them a bit to get the fit right.

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Nice! Gotta give this a try! :)

Fido - in reply to Fido

Aww dang.. are these parts modeled in inches? Blender shows dimensions for the "woman chest" -part 1.387 x 1.979 x 1.512

Yep, those are the dimensions. But the Makerbot can do prints up to 4" if I recall correctly..

I think Skeinforge assumes units are always in millimeters. If you're exporting in inches, it's going to come out quite small.. :\