Archives for the category: 3D printed sex toys
June 11, 2014
‘Dildo Generator’ lets you customize your very own sex toy by tweaking a phallic model until it fits your preferences, ready to be saved and exported so the 3D file can be printed in silicon. [via Motherboard via Geekosystem]
The idea of 3D-printed sex toys is far from new, but what differentiates this project is its simplicity and accessibility.
February 10, 2013
Until now, you could print a personalized sex toy, but not actually use it. Jagged an unsafe, it needed to be be replicated in silicon form as a second step.
Obviously getting a smooth surface is good news for sex toys, but these methods could be applied to other products.
January 26, 2013
Dezeen Magazine takes a closer look at the demand for personalised sex toys that can be ordered online or printed at home and the companies who are going after this market —though "surface finish and materials" using this technology are still major drawbacks today.
... "The world of 3D-printed sex toys is growing rapidly and every day more and more brands pop up," says designer Jelle Plantenga of Dutch "gentlemen's jewellery" brand Velv'Or, which offers printed nylon products for men (top image). "It has the potential to grow very big".
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December 9, 2012
Pop-Up store 3DEA in New York which opened for the holidays, allowing customers to print all kinds of things (jewellery, Xmas tree ornaments, toys...), has also been offering customised 3D sex toys. But by appointment only. 3ders.org reports.
You and your loved one will be greeted with champagne and chocolate. After a quick tutorial on how to perfect your scan, you can then enter the ShapeShot 3D scanning booth. The ShapeShot cams will capture you in your full glory and these 3D images will be used to print out a prototype on a 3D printer.
As reported by VRZone, "it's still early days with things like 3D printed sex toys, mostly due to the materials currently used in the printing process and the difficulty in getting a smooth finished product." So this would explain why New York Toy Collective would replicate the scanned part of someone's anatomy to make a silicon version of it.