excellent so glad to hear that
I've been a little blackpilled lately at the prospects of any of us building a suitable body that is more than just a prop or toy. I think to create a robowaifu that can withstand even the minimal day to day rigors that a human endures (climbing stairs, carrying objects, getting bumps and bruises) we are going to have to engineer as though designing a human shaped vehicle, if that makes sense. 3D printed polymers are good for rapid prototyping and proof of concept but we will need sturdier materials for the end product. I've been casting my lot with Aluminum Bronze due to it's corrosion resistance, durability and low enough melting point that anyone can smelt it at home and cast molds. I've also had a keen interest in water-jet cutters, which are pricey but not entirely out of our range if a handful of us went in on one (as you probably already know this would allow for precision custom parts, such as but not limited to joints, gears, and hard components requiring finer details (fingers, etc). Since robo-waifus (as opposed to industrial or even ASIMO and other blocky looking robots) will need the most slender and light form factors, eventually all parts will need streamlining, beveling etc in order to conform to a feminine profile. So in that context, waterjet, CNC, 3d prints being used to make molds, etc are all critical.
For that reason, and of course b/c we consider you part of the larger R/W team, I'd like to invite you to reach out to us via Matrix if you're willing so that we can keep as many lines of communication open. If Matrix is not your thing I have a twitter and discord but those tend to be less secure and therefore not anyone's first choice