No head or to be exact, the Hm/Tm molds, are made from the same mold (d'uh)
. On some issues on the Hb Tm, I am relying on anecdotal I've read here and other TF sites.
From what I've read, the following problem Tr heads are from
On what I own TL
Please add if I missed some molds (The individual heads I own, Fangry and Repugnus) aren't that problematic yet.
I checked the molds on the TL side (please add feedback if you also noticed the same descriptions I have on the Hb versions)
Scourge,Highbrow, Skull and Wipe all share a similar "master" molds (i.e. the homonculi part of the mold). The connecting part on their thighs don't have a metal pin to keep it in place. It relies on two very minute pegs to keep them in place.
Why didn't Takara or Hb use a uniform material design? Adding a pin costly on some molds? Are these issues universally widespread? Or just on us noisy posters?
The other molds I didn't mention have metal pins. Coincidentally, I haven't read of issues with the latter head types (Wolf, Chromedome,Brainstorm,Hardhead,Blurr,Fortress,Megatron,SW,Twincast,Ginrai).
Could it be Clearance. Friction. ABS/PVC thickness. ETC. or maybe the whole confluence of factors that are the reason for having a stable or wobbly heads?
Scourge and Highbrow. On the former, it isn't nearly that bad as the latter. Though for the latter, even the connecting port design exacerbates the issue worst.
In my Broadcast, the shape of Twincast's head has some clearance issues
when connecting the clamp to the tiny head. So it's the head poseability that is the culprit. Same with Broadside's Blunderbuss. The connecting part is a bit wobbly. You need to put up those two ear pegs to make it stable.
Care to share your experiences?