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“Expand the spinal column with an additional vertebra, and set up the thoracic frame for future assembly.”
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Components for Thoracic Cage Joint and Vertebra
As in the last issue, fit the post of the Thoracic Cage Joint (Top) through the hole in the end of the Thoracic Cage Joint (Shaft).
Fit the Thoracic Cage Joint (Top with Hole) into the other side of the shaft, completing the ball:
Secure these two cage joints together with one (1) PM 3×6 mm screw:
First, take note of the flattened end of the Thoracic Vertebra Shaft:
Retrieve the Thoracic Vertebra Frame assembly from the previous issue. Fit the flattened end of this shaft into the hole shown below:
Turn this assembly and secure the shaft in place with one (1) PM 3×6 mm screw:
Well, this issue was really short! This is OK as the next issue is going to be a bigger. As before, the Thoracic Cage Joint parts are chromed plastic, but the Thoracic Vertebra Shaft is metal.
Running Total of screws used so far: 115
Issue 39 – Thoracic Cage Shoulder Connector/Joint Insert/Brace