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Jointed Robot

3D model description

I like to create jointed figures. You can see my creations here: I want to share this posable robot figurine with you. It features ball joints and some hinge-like joints. An elastic cord is used to secure the limbs and allow for positioning - no screws required! I hope you enjoy."

Here you can see how it moves:

3D printing settings

I recommend printing oh highest quality for good fitment. No need material support should be needed. Video on assembling the robot figurine with elastic cord:"

Thickness: 1.2

Fill density: 20%

Its measurement is 20cm

Note: Be careful with the joint at the base of the neck and fingers, they often remain stuck in printing, and is difficult to get moving the joint


I was born in Madrid, Spain. I started drawing and modeling in my early childhood. I studied Fine Arts at the University of Madrid (Complutense). I specialized in sculpture and went on to study modelling and ceramics in in Madrid Ceramics School. I worked as a graphic designer for eight years and then as an illustrator for several years. I am also a sculptor and like create articulated dolls. I invite you to see my website ​




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I used "Cure" ( and has not given me problems. Anyway I have rectified several files, I hope you do not have problems now.
I do not know why with Slic3r not go well with my files

Hi, I downloaded your model last night and we are trying to print it, however it's not printing correctly. When it starts printing the model it's not laying down the lower layers correctly. When we open the model in our printing software it sees all the layers, but they're not there when it actually starts to print it. I was hoping to print one of these so we could see how you are stringing your dolls. I am trying to design a 3d printed ball jointed doll and we were looking for examples. Hope you can help us!

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