How is a doll skeleton articulated?

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    Below are the different skeleton type from the TPE Doll brands that are sold on Fine Love Dolls.

    WM Doll, OR Doll, YL Doll, JY Doll, AS Doll, Climax Doll:

    The Climax Doll models, have the standard skeleton on the left. The WM Doll, OR Doll, YL Doll, JY Doll, AS Doll models all have the skeleton on the right. The only difference is the shrugging shoulders.

    Hands and feet are also articulated and mounted separately onto the skeleton during manufacturing. Both skeleton types are made with stainless steel so that the joint won’t rust.


    TPE Dolls standard skeleton TPE Dolls new skeleton

    6YE Doll:

    6YE Doll models’ skeleton are made out of aluminum (lighter weight) and are also hollow on the inside. The joint system is different from our other manufacturers, and is made with a ball wrist system.

    The joints on all models are designed to bend in a normal way and in virtually all positions. If you force a joint in the wrong direction, then you may break it.

    About your Doll’s joints:

    It is important not to apply too much force at delicate areas, such as the armpits and the crotch, since most tears are reported at these locations.

    Much like humans, areas such as the wrists, the ankles or the fingers should be handled with extra care. Refrain from putting too much pressure force on them in order not to break them.

    Dolls skeletons are fully articulated to match all position a real woman could!

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