How a sex researcher and a cosplaying 3D printing specialist created an open source, orgasm-measuring butt-plug

Cura has an option to generate an inverse cavity version of a model so you can 3D print a mold. Then you can cast one (or several) out of whatever material you’d like, such as medical grade silicone.

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I bet her order of 20 butt plugs made it all the way to Bezos’ inbox. He probably stocked up on rectal thermometers:

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I rectum you’re right.

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These things will make great stocking stuffers for those folks who have everything. Well, stockings or whatever…Also are they a one size fits all kind of thing?

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All too soon, pseudo-whores and -gigolos will be 3D-printed all over the world. Sex-bots with minimal brains (maybe Raspberry Pi types) and pervo programming. Contortionists. Odd genitalia. Odder actions. You may want a toothless version because oral.

Those 'bots will be the downfall of civilization. No loss.

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You’re correct about this. The part that abrades the most is the printer nozzle. Using ruby nozzle would greatly reduce possibility of contamination:

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Apparently there’s also a stainless steel nozzle used by at least one printer designed with this in mind as well.

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As soon as I read that, words like ‘fracture’, ‘shatter’, and ‘shards’ came to mind… shudder

Nice work, everyone.

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They’re pretty thick and rather heavy solid pieces of Pyrex (like heavy-duty casserole dishes are made of). If you did something like throw it against concrete you could probably break it. There’s few things I hate more than broken glass (to the extent that I have kevlar gloves just in case I have to clean up broken glass), and I’ve never had the slightest concern one of Healy’s toys would break.

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Good to know, should I ever feel the urge! :wink: Kevlar gloves - hmm, that’s a good idea, I too am not a fan of cleaning up after breakages.

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Here’s the pair I have…

Not sure if it’s actually Kevlar (that being a particular brand name of synthetic fiber), but the concept is the same.

Smooth isn’t how I would describe any 3D printing I’ve seen, unless they go through another process like using acetone to melt and smooth the surface out. Though my experience is limited, maybe there is a 3D printer which is smooth.

Isn’t there a big controversy they changed the Pyrex formula and the new stuff isn’t nearly as shatter resistant as the old stuff? Though I guess if you aren’t putting them in an oven probably isn’t an issue for your purposes.

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I must ask: Isn’t 3D printing passé? Isn’t 4D printing the bleeding edge? Print solid stuff that changes over time, evolves, sure.

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