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Pullip/Obitsu doll neck joint

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Pullip/Obitsu doll neck joint by stigsb May 5, 2013
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A neck joint for using Obitsu doll bodies with Pullip heads. This joint does not require any screws, only the Obitsu metal pin.

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Autodesk Inventor Fusion after carefully measuring existing (broken) parts.

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I'd love to try to make this, but this file format isn't working with my printer. Any idea where I can convert it? Or is it possible for you to save it in a more user friendly format? This would be a huge time saver!!!

I used Autodesk Fusion Inventor to design this thing, you can download that from www.autodesk.com and export to STL format, which MakerWare can load.

Or just use the STL file I just attached :-)

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