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.


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 :-)