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For several of my Onshape projects I had a need for a "Human" model for viewing size comparison. There are several Human models available online, but I was wanting something less detailed and easy to insert (Derived) into my projects.
I created a "StickMan_01" Part Studio for my purposes, to be flexible in height and to meet several needs, a variable is available to set StickMan's Height.
And, just for fun (and because I am heavier than most), I include a BMI (Body Mass Index) variable that changes StickMans shape. Therefore small kids and to a large person can be modeled.
Note: I am not a Doctor, and therefore I may have some of my StickMan's proportions and BMI calculations incorrect. Maybe someone with more knowledge could help. I think a normal BMI is 18 to 24, therefore my calculation for a BMI Factor is based on a standard 22.
Maybe you will also find this useful, I know it is fun and useful in my projects.