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Hi Marc -
Here's an oldie that you might be able to play because it's not on YouTube.
I don't remember if you've ever shown this one on the show. Something to look at if there's nothing else to do.
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Thanks. You guys have been very helpful.With a 30 dollar difference from the same manufacturer i am now leaning towards buying this one
There's no way to tie that puppet down to the set. One way you might try is to attach a rig to him by connecting a thick long wire to his spine to hold him up as he walks. Or, make your own feet by machining a toe in aluminum or brass. That would be the best solution but you'd need a tap and die set as well as a drill press/power drill. Plus cutting the metal would require some files and a hack saw.
I don´t think that you can tie it down unless you make your own solution, and i have never used magnets but i know other artist that used it but they might fall over