Welcome to our page about the production of Nendoroids! For those who may not be familiar with Nendoroids, they are highly detailed and articulated figurines that are popular among collectors and enthusiasts. In this page, we will be taking an in-depth look at the production process of Nendoroids, from the materials used to the quality control measures taken to ensure that each Nendoroid meets the highest standards.

What are Nendoroids?:

Nendoroids are miniature figures that are designed to be highly detailed and poseable. They are typically based on characters from anime, manga, video games, and other popular media. Nendoroids were first produced by the Japanese company Good Smile Company in 2006, and they have since become a beloved collectible item around the world. There are now over 1,000 different Nendoroids available, featuring a wide range of characters from various franchises.

The production process:

The production process for Nendoroids involves several steps, including design, prototyping, manufacturing, and quality control.

  • Design: The design process for Nendoroids begins with the selection of a character or concept to be turned into a Nendoroid. The design team works closely with the licensor of the character to ensure that the Nendoroid accurately represents the source material. The design team also considers the poseability and playability of the Nendoroid, as well as the materials and manufacturing processes that will be used.
  • Prototyping: Once the design of the Nendoroid has been finalized, a prototype is created using 3D printing technology. This prototype is used to test the poseability and overall appearance of the Nendoroid, and any necessary adjustments are made at this stage.
  • Manufacturing: Once the prototype has been approved, the Nendoroid is ready for mass production. Nendoroids are typically made using a combination of PVC (polyvinyl chloride) and ABS (acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene) plastic. The manufacturing process involves injecting the molten plastic into a mold, which is then cooled to form the Nendoroid.
  • Quality control: Quality control is an important part of the production process for Nendoroids. Each Nendoroid is inspected for any defects or imperfections before it is packaged and shipped to customers.


We hope that this page has provided you with a better understanding of the production process for Nendoroids. These highly detailed and poseable figures are a testament to the craftsmanship and attention to detail that goes into their production. If you’re interested in learning more about Nendoroids, be sure to check out our other pages on [website name] or visit the Good Smile Company website.