I had a rather large question that I sent to customer service and their answer was, shall we say, lacking. I am now turning to the forum for your help and would appreciate any and all help. What I am looking to do is to automate one of these dolls. I want to add actuators and sensors to the doll and was looking for information on how to repair the TPE. I plan on cutting down to the skeleton to add attachment points for the actuators. I also plan on adding sensors under the skin. This is a brief listing of what I need to do. I am also interested in the skeleton and what the joints are like. Is there a skull? Does it have a hinged jaw? I was hoping to get these answers from the company but their answer to my inquiry was "No cutting the TPE." Yes, a four word response. Does anyone know about making repairs to the TPE? Can it be done with a hot iron or does it require solvent/adhesive? I'd like to make seamless repairs as I do not want her to come out looking like the bride of Frankenstein. However, it's not entirely important as this is a proof of concept robotic project but the better it looks, the better for my purposes. So? Anyone know about repair of the TPE? Anyone know anything about the skeleton?