A sex doll manufacturer is ‘breaking the mold’ of traditional doll-building by introducing 3D printing into the process.
DS Robotics, an offshoot of DSDolls, exhibited its latest 3D-printed robotic head at the VR Expo in NanChang City in China last month, showing that manufacturing AI heads for sexbots is about to get a whole lot more affordable.
Until now, the traditional method for manufacturing silicone sex doll components is through using molds and setting casts. Using a 3D printer to create humanlike faces for DSDoll’s AI gynoids means that the assembly line process will be sped up considerably and therefore, the bots will be cheaper to produce.
Certain robotic components have been 3D printed to ensure that each body part is identical and precisely sized for each model that’s produced. However, DS Dolls customers won’t be able to request their own human face for the gynoid to replicate a celebrity or another woman of their choice.
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