New DIY design in the works

I am working on a new design that I hope to offer as a set of plans and components, hopefully by mid summer. I enjoy designing these machines but an not thrilled with the prospect of manufacturing them. The goal is to develop a design that can be built with readily available components and basic tools and skills.  I hope to develop a stepper motor based system that will be less expensive to build than the current servo motor based system. The design will be flexible to allow substitution of better components and methods of assembly to produce a faster smoother and quieter machine than the basic design.

The design will allow the user to customize the construction methods and appearance to suite their own aesthetics.

I will provide kits and completed circuits for the machine electronics as well as the various add on controllers.

I have a design for a very sturdy stand that can be made out of a stock Harbor Freight item with only minimal modification. I will be posting a picture of this soon.

Contact me if any of this is of interest to you or if you have any ideas as to what you would want in a kit or set of plans.

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8 Responses to New DIY design in the works

  1. Dave says:

    I’m very interested in the machines and designs you have created.
    I’ve made some basic “in and out” machines in the past but not got much further.
    I got the idea that wheelchair motors with some on the go adjustment mechanism would be my next project – then I came across your ideas and I want to build one.
    I’m sure that similar gear is available in the uk and I have an engineering background – all i need now is some ideas and help from you please… I realise your ideas have tremendous value and would be happy to discuss remuneration.
    Let me know if you would be able to help me – the videos on your site look like my kind of thing..!!!
    Look forward to hearing from you.

  2. Karl says:

    You machine looks better than anything on the market. The potential with touchscreen control, accelerometer control (for matching your wanking, for instance) and computer integration, is simply tremendous.

    As I see it, you either need backing by investors and entrepreneurs familiar with putting new products in the market for mass production, or you can start selling DIY instructions, if you want to make money out of your design.

    • spencer says:

      i have limited time but do want to make a kit some time in the near future. i could certainly use help from others if this is gong to happen soon. difficult to do it all on my own especially lacking the marketing skills. contact me via the contact link (if there is one) if you have any ideas.

  3. phillip says:

    Hi mate,
    Hows things,trying to get more information about your progress and how to obtain your diy kit.
    Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

  4. Thaletus says:

    I’m interested in building a compact device with this level of control with additional options (dynamic penetrator girth and orientation, lubricant dispenser, clitoral stimulator, etc).

    Do you think you’ll be able to provide the “gory details” of your work soon? I’d be interested to learn more about the actuator you’re using, in specific.

    By the way, I am very impressed by the control system you’ve designed. The roller-style control knob is pure genius.

  5. Matt says:

    I too would like an insight as to how to make my own – I have looked online at various machines and think yours is very good. In truth I don’t need something too elaborate but I can see the added appeal 🙂

    Could you please inform me what I need to do to have a copy of the plans/Or a kit?

  6. John says:

    The video of your controller and motor in motion was gripping.
    I’m joining your blog to stay in touch for your first plan/kit offerings.
    The Aptera gripped my imagination too.
    Your device is the Aptera of fuck machines.
    I hope that you are rewarded handsomely for your efforts and I look forward to further progress.

  7. JIM says:

    LOOKING forward to buying your system…

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