Figma joints are a great way to make your figures look realistic and fun. Unfortunately, they can sometimes become loose over time, resulting in a figure that looks floppy or worse – won’t stay upright!
Luckily, there are some simple steps you can take to fix a loose Figma joint.
Clean the Joint – The first step is to clean the joint. This can be done with rubbing alcohol or another cleaning solution.
Be sure to get in all the nooks and crannies of the joint so there isn’t any gunk or dirt that could be causing it to become loose.
Check for Wear – Once you’ve cleaned the joint, check it for wear and tear. Look closely at the plastic parts of the joint and make sure they aren’t cracked or creaky. If they are, you may need to replace them entirely.
Tighten the Screws – If everything looks okay, then you’ll want to tighten up any screws that may have come loose over time. This is usually done using an allen wrench or a screwdriver (depending on what type of screw your Figma uses). Make sure not to overtighten them as this could cause more damage.
Apply Super Glue – If tightening up the screws doesn’t do the trick, you can try applying super glue around the edges of the joint. This will help seal it up and keep it from coming loose again.
Replace Parts – If none of these tips work, then your last resort is replacing parts of the Figma joint altogether. This may require a bit more technical know-how but if all else fails then this is likely your best bet.
“How Do You Fix a Loose Figma Joint?”
Fixing a loose Figma joint is fairly easy with some basic tools and techniques. Cleaning the joint, checking for wear, tightening screws, applying super glue and replacing parts are all possible solutions depending on how bad your figure’s joints have become.
With some simple maintenance you should be able to get your figma back in action in no time!