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Old 11-06-2021, 03:07 PM
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Default Irontech introduces articulated hand skeleton

Hi,

as of today, Irontech Doll announced the availability of articulated finger joints for selected body styles.



The supported body styles are:
  • 153 cm
  • 156 cm
  • 158 cm
  • 159 cm
  • 161 cm
  • 165 cm
  • 166 cm
  • 168 cm Plus

After Jinsan, Irontech is now the second TPE manufacturer to offer a hand skeleton with articulated finger joints.

Beyond the TPE market segment, this feature is available for a couple of years. For example, silicone dolls from Gynoid Tech, Xycolo, Doll Sweet (Summit and Clonesome series), and Tayu (aka Secrether and Artdoll) feature hinged fingers as well.

More details: https://dollbase.org/node/4871

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Old 11-06-2021, 03:41 PM
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Video @ https://eu.dollstudio.org/sites/defa...ger-joints.mp4

Having watched it, I am querying if there is any lateral/sideways movement to the fingers?

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@algaeholics: I haven't had this new Irontech hand skeleton in my own hands yet (btw, it looks very similar to the Jinsan type, they just charge more), but judging from my Gynoid, my guesstimate would be 'no'.

So probably not suitable for piano playing of Chopin pieces, and no proper tool holding (no fully opposable thumbs).

However, even if it is not perfect, it is an enhancement in regard to realism and haptics. Personally I wouldn't buy a doll with finger wires anymore. Similar to gooseneck vs. double-hinged neck, once you have had it, you are hooked

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Thank you Sandro - no good for the 'Trekkies' then!

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Yes, exactly. These girls might not even know LLAP

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probably not suitable for piano playing of Chopin pieces
Now that did make me laugh
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It's good to see more manufacturers introducing this option. As long as people realise that you still have to be careful with them, especially with TPE where, being softer than silicone, the risk of finger pokes is greater.
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