This is a traditional dancing toy, printed in one.go. The joints are very loose so that it moves freely.
I have made a few improvements in JigDoll5-Heel. The main change was to add a heel to the foot so he could do some of the clever tricks Jeff Warner shows online. Sadly it doesn't really work - it needs a radical change of shape, and I quite like his big feet.
To use it, you'll need a springy board and some 9mm dowel (fettled a little for a good fit). Search online for film of them in the hands of good players.
In Faberdashery's Orange Juice pla it looks like a cheese flavoured potato snack . . . a dancing cheese flavoured potato snack.
Jig-Dolls were widespread in the UK and parts of the USA. Kids love them and they make everyone smile, but they can easily steal the attention from a great musical performance, so use them sensitively.
Traditionally they are given a name. This is version 5, so a name beginning with "V" would be nice (Keep "Vi..." names for version 6).
This is a single print, so should be straightforward.
It needs to be removed carefully so as not to break the joints.
The upper arm flange is added to stop the pieces lifting during the print.
My printer seems temperamental about this design, will fail 8 prints in a row, then suddenly start behaving. I think it is to do with the phase of the moon.